Snow Reports for Austrian Ski Resorts and Snow Forecasts for Austria

Snowfall and Snow Forecasts for Austrian Ski Resorts

Resort Snow Depth Last Snow Next Snow
Alpbach 210 cm 22 Jan - 50 cm 23 Jan - 1 cm
Alpendorf - - -
Altaussee - Grundlsee - - 23 Jan - 11 cm
Auffach - - -
Axamer Lizum 170 cm - 26 Jan - 23 cm
Bad Gastein 260 cm 19 Jan - 50 cm 23 Jan - 2 cm
Bad Hofgastein 260 cm 19 Jan - 50 cm 23 Jan - 2 cm
Bad Kleinkirchheim - - -
Bad Mitterndorf - - 23 Jan - 8 cm
Brand and Bürserberg - - -
Ellmau 165 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 23 Jan - 4 cm
Fieberbrunn - - 23 Jan - 6 cm
Filzmoos 200 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 23 Jan - 10 cm
Finkenberg 150 cm 22 Jan - 30 cm 26 Jan - 20 cm
Fiss - - 26 Jan - 25 cm
Flachau 180 cm 22 Jan - 10 cm 23 Jan - 7 cm
Fugen 150 cm 18 Jan - 30 cm 23 Jan - 1 cm
Fulpmes - - 26 Jan - 24 cm
Galtur 230 cm 22 Jan - 35 cm 26 Jan - 35 cm
Gaschurn - - -
Gerlitzen - - -
Gosau - - -
Götzens - - -
Hinterglemm - - 23 Jan - 5 cm
Hochgurgl - - 25 Jan - 2 cm
Hochrindl - - -
Hopfgarten - - 23 Jan - 2 cm
Igls 150 cm - 26 Jan - 20 cm
Innsbruck - - 26 Jan - 32 cm
Ischgl 160 cm 22 Jan - 40 cm 26 Jan - 32 cm
Kaltenbach - - 26 Jan - 20 cm
Kappl - - -
Kaprun 300 cm 22 Jan - 10 cm 23 Jan - 3 cm
Katschberg - - 23 Jan - 2 cm
Kirchberg 117 cm - 23 Jan - 4 cm
Kirchdorf - - 23 Jan - 1 cm
Kitzbuhel 115 cm 21 Jan - 20 cm 23 Jan - 4 cm
Kuhtai 189 cm - 26 Jan - 26 cm
Lech 280 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 26 Jan - 36 cm
Leogang - - 23 Jan - 9 cm
Lofer - - -
Maria Alm - - 23 Jan - 11 cm
Mayrhofen 125 cm 22 Jan - 30 cm 23 Jan - 1 cm
Mittersill - Kitzbuhel 115 cm 21 Jan - 20 cm 23 Jan - 2 cm
Nassfeld - - 25 Jan - 2 cm
Neukirchen - - 23 Jan - 2 cm
Neustift 370 cm 22 Jan - 50 cm 26 Jan - 26 cm
Niederau/Oberau 80 cm 22 Jan - 50 cm 23 Jan - 1 cm
Obergurgl 320 cm 21 Jan - 80 cm 25 Jan - 2 cm
Oberlech - - 26 Jan - 36 cm
Obertauern 250 cm 22 Jan - 20 cm 23 Jan - 5 cm
Oetz/Oetztal - - 26 Jan - 22 cm
Pettneu - - -
Rauris - - 23 Jan - 2 cm
Saalbach 225 cm - 23 Jan - 5 cm
Scheffau 165 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 23 Jan - 3 cm
Schladming 150 cm 22 Jan - 10 cm 23 Jan - 9 cm
Schruns/Montafon - - 26 Jan - 35 cm
See - - -
Seefeld 200 cm 22 Jan - 20 cm 26 Jan - 21 cm
Serfaus - - 26 Jan - 20 cm
Silvretta Montafon - - -
Solden 361 cm 22 Jan - 35 cm 25 Jan - 2 cm
Soll 165 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 23 Jan - 3 cm
St Anton 415 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 26 Jan - 36 cm
St Anton Montafon 415 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 26 Jan - 36 cm
St Christoph - - 26 Jan - 37 cm
St Johann in Pongau - - -
St Johann in Tirol 195 cm 22 Jan - 100 cm 23 Jan - 5 cm
St Michael, Mauterndorf - - 23 Jan - 2 cm
St Wolfgang 160 cm 22 Jan - 10 cm 23 Jan - 5 cm
Stuben - - -
Trins - - -
Tschagguns/Montafon 415 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 26 Jan - 33 cm
Vandans/Montafon - - 26 Jan - 35 cm
Westendorf 165 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 23 Jan - 2 cm
Wildschonau 210 cm 22 Jan - 50 cm 23 Jan - 1 cm
Zell am See 215 cm 21 Jan - 25 cm 23 Jan - 5 cm
Zell am Ziller 190 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 26 Jan - 19 cm
Zurs am Arlberg 280 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm 26 Jan - 36 cm

Snow Conditions in Austria (22 January 2018)

Much of Austria continued to be under the effects of Storm Evi on Monday the 22nd January with heavy snow continuing to fall, as well as have various disruptive effects on skiing within the region. Some examples of substantial snowfall include 75cm over Hintertux (130/285), and 50cm over Alpbach (80/210cm) on the 22nd, while Lech / Zurs (185/280) saw 100cm fall on Sunday. A number of resorts are seriously impacted by extreme weather, including full resort closures in Axamer Lizum (130/170cm), Gultur (125/230cm), and Kaunertal (275/415cm) among others due avalanche risks. Other areas saw parts of mountains closed, for example Sportgastein was closed within the Gastein region, while limited lifts ran within connected ski areas – for example the connections between Saalbach Hinterglemm (120/225cm) and Fieberbrunn (100/200cm) is currently not open, and significantly curtailed lift operations elsewhere, for example Ischgl (100/160cm) only spinning 11/45 lifts, and 37/88 in Arlberg. Beyond these examples, significant avalanche risks are in place across almost all resorts, meaning any riding should remain restricted to pistes until conditions improve. Luckily the rest of this week, at least from Tuesday till Friday looks to significantly improve conditions, with calmer skies and conditions that should hopefully help bond the snow layers and provide some improved skiing options. Following that point however, a new storm looks set to arrive on Friday, potentially bringing more disruptive weather.