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  • Another Six Inches at Verbier

    Verbier had had another six inches of snow by lunchtime today (Tuesday, February 27th) following on from more snow at the weekend, and another 20 inches is expected by next weekend. Full Article

    27th February 2007

  • Ten Inches of Snow at Courmayer

    Courmayeur's proximity to France, with Chamonix just on the other side of Mont Blanc, helped it receive the most new snow for an Italian resort in the recent spate of heavy falls across Europe. Full Article

    27th February 2007

  • Conditions in Andorra Slowly Improving

    Heavy snowfall in the Alps has not reached down to Andorra in the Pyrenees where snow cover has been boosted by a few inches, rather than the few feet of snow in the Alps, in recent days. However the skiing is perfectly adequate if not earth shattering, and there is powder to be had if you know where to look. Full Article

    27th February 2007

  • Chamonix Snow Depth Hits 12 Feet

    Anyone still wishing to perpetuate the "No Snow in The Alps" myth better make sure they don't look at any webcams pointing at Chamonix and instead bury their noses in books proving the world is flat. Another 20 inches of snow at the weekend, with 10 more yesterday brought snow depths on the resort's low slopes up to 12 feet this morning. Another two feet of snow is forecast over the next week. Full Article

    27th February 2007

  • Les 2 Alpes Snow Cover Hits Huge Average

    After the slow start to the season, typical across Europe, Les 2 Alpes is now up to its seasonal average with a seven foot base on the top of its year-round glacier ski area. Full Article

    26th February 2007

  • Stay In Livigno, Caravan to St Mori

    Livigno in Northern Italy has been fully open for a month now and currently has a foot of snow on lower slopes, with three-feet-six-inches on the higher runs. All 32 lifts and 115km of slopes, including the snowpark, are open. Full Article

    22nd February 2007

  • Music and Motion in Crans Montana

    Crans Montana in Switzerland has announced the line up for its Caprices festival which runs from March 7th to 11th. This mellow music festival sees dozens of soulful acts, the headline being Live 8 superstar Joss Stone. Full Article

    22nd February 2007

  • Vallnord's Pal Keeps Getting Better

    Pal has a long standing reputation as having some of the best (meaning toughest) skiing in Andorra. Now part of the larger Vallnord area which incorporates the gondola linked Arinsal sector as well as La Massana, improvement of Pal continues under the new set up. Full Article

    22nd February 2007

  • Fresh Snow in Andorra!

    Much needed new snow in Andorra has brought four inches of powder to the principality's ski slopes, bringing the best snow depths up to three feet, making runs down to resort more complete and allowing ski areas to open more advanced terrain for the first time. Full Article

    22nd February 2007

  • Skicross World Championships Moved to Madonna

    The Ski Cross World Championships have been postponed to 5th March and moved to Madonna Di Campiglio from the original venue, the site of the recent Alpine Ski World Championships, Are in Sweden. Although are has had a lot of snow, it was not enough to create the terrain features required when the Championships were due to be staged. Full Article

    21st February 2007

  • Bryan Adams Headlines SnOwpenAir at Grindel

    Grindelwald has received another four inches of fresh snow to bring base depths up towards two feet (60cm) on higher slopes, nearer six inches (15cm) at resort level. More snow is forecast. Full Article

    21st February 2007

  • Courchevel Gets the Snow and The Moviemakers

    Courchevel has the best conditions of the season so far thanks to a foot (30cm) of fresh snow and lowering temperatures maintaining the perfect powder. This bodes well for a number of major international competitions lined up at the leading French resort over the next month. Full Article

    20th February 2007

  • Winds Close Sierra Nevada, Snow in Spain

    High winds and stormy weather forced the closure of at least one Spanish ski area Friday as the promise of additional snowfall buoyed hopes for a successful ski weekend. Full Article

    16th February 2007

  • Snowfall Dusting Spanish Resorts

    After a slow start to the winter ski season, Spanish resorts are rebounding. Recent snowfall and creative piste maintenance have kept Spanish areas in the game, and additional storms are forecast. Full Article

    15th February 2007

  • High Fly in Gstaad

    The annual mountain spectacular, High Fly, makes it's twelfth appearance in the Saanen sector of Gstaad's extensive ski area this weekend. Full Article

    14th February 2007

  • More Snow in Andorra

    Grandvalira, the largest ski area in Andorra and the entire Pyrynees is claiming to currently have the most terrain open of any of the 50 or so ski areas in the area, which includes resorts on the French and Spanish sides of the mountain range. Full Article

    14th February 2007

  • The Sellaronda Skimarathon

    The Sellaronda ski marathon later this month celebrates its 13th anniversary this year. The night race for two-person teams is only open to expert extreme skiers because of the technical difficulties involved. Full Article

    13th February 2007

  • Austrian Snowfall Takes Tux Past Six Feet

    Many Austrian ski areas have been benefitting from daily falls of six inches or more over recent days. The Tux glacier, one of the few remaining year round ski areas in Europe, has passed the six foot mark for snow depth on upper slopes, currently reporting six feet, six inches of snow. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Carnival Week In Engelberg

    Engelberg is staging its annual Winter Carnival with music, sliding on cafeteria trays and a genuine Witch-Hunt this week. This is one of the few occasions when you have the chance to run in to a genuine witch on Europe's ski slopes. Full Article

    7th February 2007

  • Austria Snowed Under, Five Feet at Solden

    Alas it has come too late for the famous Hahnenkamm downhill race cancelled at Kitzbuhel that should have been run last weekend, but Austria's 600 or so ski areas have seen, typically, a foot of snow falling over a 48 hour period last week. The new snow has bolstered meagre coverings on higher slopes and made skiing back to resort realistic for the first time in many cases. Full Article

    31st January 2007

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