Pitztal's glacier has received 10cm (four inches) of new snow in the past week and has skiing from the top of the lifts at 3,440m down to the Glacier Restaurant at 2,840m with 9 -35cm (4-14 inches) of snow cover. This can be topped up by one of only two plus temperatures snow making systems operational in the world, and it may come in to use over the next few days with temperatures well above freezing.
Pitztal and Stubai glacier will join Solden, which opened last week and Tux, which has been open year round. It has 20km of slopes open and a 895cm (three foot) snow depth over a 590m vertical. It received a dusting of fresh snow on Monday. The Molltal glacier is also open with the deepest snow in the country at 1.3m (4.3 feet) and has 9.5km of trails to enjoy.
It's still not looking good at two Austrian resorts however. The Dachstein glacier has only 10cm of wet snow and has not been able to open to downhill skiers and boarders for a month now, although it is maintaining a cross country ski loop. It's a similar picture at the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier above Kaprun which has been "temporarily closed" for more than a month now too, although it's snow depth has been increasing and is now at 55cm (nearly two feet).