News from Europe

Check out all the latest happenings at Europe ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to Europe weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on Europe ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see Europe coverage from the entire ski season.
Stubai Premiere No 10  - ©Snow Park Opening and Testival

Stubai Premiere No 10

Snow Park Opening at Stubai Glacier Full Article

Gourmet Night Dine & Wine 2018 - ©Champagne Brunch in the Schneekristall Pavilion

Gourmet Night Dine & Wine 2018

Already for the 7th time the Schaufelspitz gourmet restaurant hosts the Dine & Wine gourmet night. Indulge in a 6-course meal prepared by gourmet cook David Kostner accompanied by a variety of wines at 2,900m at the Eisgrat mountain station.

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Champagne Brunch - ©Champagne Brunch in the Schneekristall Pavilion

Champagne Brunch

Champagne Brunch in the Schneekristall Pavilion

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  • Snow Arrives in Andorra

    Snow has been falling in healthy volumes in Andorra after more than a month of clear skies followed by warm temperatures - a meteorological scenario which provided a challenge for the resort's snowmaking systems. Full Article

    26th January 2007

  • Snowgames in Gstaad

    If simply sliding downhill on skis or a board aren't enough for you, check out this year's Snowgames which take place at Gstaad at the Rinderberg lift in the Zweisimmen ski sector on the weekend of 27th and 28th January. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Andorra Still Waits For Snow

    Andorra's two super resorts of VallNord and GrandValira are still waiting for snowfall as it passes the month mark since the last snowfall – and that was only a couple of inches just before Christmas. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Chamonix Downhill Races Cancelled

    Despite heavy snowfall in the Alps since New Year, the World Cup race schedule remains in turmoil, this time because temperatures are climbing again. The latest victims are the men's Downhill and Super-Combined World Cup races scheduled for Chamonix on January 20th and 21st. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • Still No Snow in Andorra

    Andorra continues to endure very tough operating conditions with still no snow since 22nd December, and back then it was only a few inches. Fortunately the weather is at least mostly cold, with blue skies, so the extensive snowmaking system works around the clock at both Vallnord and Grandvalira to keep a sizable amount of terrain open. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • Austrian Displays Shortcomings

    In what is being portrayed in the media as an entertaining new twist in the "warm weather in Europe" saga, extrovert Austrian ski racer Rainer Schoenfelder decided to ski naked along side Wengen's famous Lauberhorn race course ahead of the big World Cup race recently. Full Article

    15th January 2007

  • Still No Snow in Andorra

    Andorra continues to endure very tough operating conditions with still no snow since 22nd December, and back then it was only a few inches. Fortunately the weather is at least mostly cold, with blue skies, so the extensive snowmaking system works around the clock at both Vallnord and Grandvalira to keep a sizable amount of terrain open. Full Article

    11th January 2007

  • Dolomites Get Snow

    Recent snowfalls in the Dolomites has helped increase snow depths to healthy levels at many Italian resorts. The Marmolada glacier above Arabba on the Sella Ronda circuit has the best snow cover at present with a metre (40 inches) of snow on upper slopes. Full Article

    4th January 2007

  • Police Investigate Death of Child

    Italian police are looking into the death of a 12-year-old Israeli boy on holiday with his parents at the Italian resort of Cervinia. A police spokesman said the boy collided iwth a ski lift and suffered from severe head trauma - dying later at a hospital in Torino. Full Article

    3rd January 2007

  • New Snow in Switzerland

    Switzerland continues to be marginally the best nation in Europe for snow cover with several of the highest areas including the Gstaad 3000 glacier, Saas Fee and Zermatt all reporting up to five feet of snow on higher slopes. The snow is continuing to fall but as with other areas of the Alps, conditions are stormy with strong winds leading to lift closures and in some cases (Notably Crans Montana) entire ski areas having to close. Full Article

    3rd January 2007

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