Nassfeld received a huge fall of 60cm (two feet) yesterday taking the week's total to 95cm (Over three feet). All 110km of slopes are open but skiers should stay on marked slopes because the avalanche risk has risen significantly.
In Germany to the north the greatest snow depth is on the Zugspitz glacier by Garmisch Partenkirchen with two metres (Nearly seven feet) of snow. The country's Sauerland (central uplands) has had some of the best conditions of the past week with up to 20cm (eight inches) of fresh powder.
In Switzerland Zermatt continues to have probably the greatest snow depth of any ski resort in Europe and possibly the world with 671cm (over 22 feet) on its glacier. They must have a very long stick to measure it. However several other resorts have bases above three metres now including Andermatt and Saas Fee. There's been less snow in the past week although Andermatt had 30cm (a foot) more and both Saas Fee and Engadin/St. Moritz reported another 12cm (four inches) in total.