In Austria cover continues to be mixed, on the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier the fresh snow means that cover at the Alpincentre (2450m up) is back to 5cm (two inches), but on the top it still remains rather thin at 18cm (seven inches). On the Molltal glacier the reported snow depth continues at 1.5m (five feet) with 9km of run open. At Hintertux 20km of run are open and the snow depth is 125cm (just over four feet). Snow depth on the Dachstein Glacier is at 70cm.
In France Les 2 Alpes and Tignes have both reported fresh snow. Les 2 Alpes has a metre of snow (3.3 feet) and Tignes 80cm (just under three feet).
In Italy, the Plateau Rosa above Cervinia has a metre of snow and you can also continue to board at Passo Stelvio and Val Senales. The latter reports some of the deepest sow in the Alps at 2.4m (eight feet) and that it received 5cm (two inches) of fresh snow in the past few days.
In Switzerland the choice remains between Saas Fee and Zermatt. Saas Fee reports that it received 10cm (four inches) of fresh snow and currently has for ski slopes including its park and pipe open, served by 10 lifts.