In the Allgäu the resorts Alpsee Bergwelt and Grasgehren reported half a metre of new snow on Sunday. The latter has 180cm (six feet) of snow on its upper slopes now.
Oberstdorf's ski resorts got 20-30cm yesterday.
The biggest snowfalls of the last few days were reported from the Sauerland (Central Uplands) though Giller-Hilchenbach topped the list with 70cm in 24 hours this morning. Medebach had reported the same yesterday.
It still hasn't stopped snowing with 19 new powder alarms where issued so far this morning, especially in the Bavarian Forest and the Sauerland in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Susanne Schulten from Wintersport-Arena Sauerland said, "The winter really hit the region hard mid-week bringing the snow depth on the Kahler Asten (the best known and one of the highest mountains in North Rhine-Westphalia) to about a metre. Such large amounts of snow and lasting cold weather are rare, the smaller ski resorts with no snow making systems benefit from that in particular."
Balderschwang in the Allgäu has reported nearly 1.4m of snow in the last week. Werner Fritz of Guest Information Balderschwang told Skiinfo the current snow depth there is between 100 and 150 cm.
"At the moment we have ‘champagne powder' that couldn't be any better. The slopes are perfectly prepared", he said.