Over the past week Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis has had 50cm (20 inches), Seefeld 47cm (19 inches) and Axamer - Lizum above Innsbruck 35cm (14 inches). The Mölltaler Glacier has the greatest snow depth in the country with 320cm (Just under 11 feet) on upper slopes.
Germany, to the north, has seen falls of up to 27cm (11 inches) in total in the past week with the greatest snow depth at the top of the Zugspitz glacier, with two metres (nearly seven feet).
In Switzerland the famous St Moritz Cartier Polo World Cup starts on the frozen lake of St. Moritz tomorrow (January 29th) through to Sunday (February 1st) - 20,000 people are expected to attend. Zermatt continues to lead the country for snowfall with 44cm (18 inches) more snow and the greatest snow depth in Europe, possibly the world, with 679cm (33 feet) on the glacier.