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We've created this page to help you find the best snow conditions. It combines past, present and future data sources from around and updates regularly. The Snow Roundup page is updated on Mondays and Thursdays for all major ski resorts. Live Eyeball snow updates are shown in real time when submitted via twitter by our global network of reporters. Resort Picks lists ski resorts from around the world where new snow is forecast, powder is reported and latest snow depths.


INTRODUCTION Thursday 6th July was a lovely summer skiing day across the European glacier skiing destinations. Fine sunny weather blessed skiers across our featured resorts in Austria, France, Switzerland, Italy and Norway.

AUSTRIA The sun returned to Austria on Thursday 6th July, and there was plenty of skiing to be had on the glacier resorts of Dachstein (150cm), Hintertux (195cm), Kaprun (25cm) and Molltal (240cm) Pitztal (10cm) is now also open for their summer skiing season. Although the resort is only reporting 10cm of snow on its upper slopes, the webcams from the glacier show the conditions to be fairly good, and like the rest of our featured resorts, the snow looks soft and forgiving on piste. By the weekend, the current weather forecast is suggesting that a band of low pressure will once again move in, and bring with it the possibility of some thunderstorms that will continue on into next week.

Les 7 Laux

FRANCE It was a glorious sunny day across our three featured French resorts on Thursday 6th July, with mid-mountain temperatures around 15C at Tignes (70cm), Les Deux Alpes (95cm) and Val d'Isere (90cm). At Tignes, the snow up on the glacier is looking fairly tired despite the 15cm of snow that fell at the start of the month, and there are plenty of patches of wet snow around that will slow the skis down. Further south at Les Deux Alpes, the conditions look fairly similar, however, one saving grace is the snow park which still looks in decent shape.

Achtitekt in the snow, Lenzerheide

SWITZERLAND Fine sunny weather and 12km of prepared slopes greeted visitors to Zermatt (60cm) on Thursday 6th July. This fine weather is forecast to remain for the next few days too Saas Fee plans to open for summer skiing on 15th July.

Top of the world, Roccaraso

ITALY Following the heavy snowfall at Passo Stelvio (20/200cm) last weekend, this week has been sunny and hot providing some fantastic summer ski days. It was a sunny day on Thursday 6th July at Cervinia (60cm) too, with some lovely summer skiing up on the Plateau Rosa slopes, share with Zermatt in Switzerland. Ski training will commence at Val Senales on 1st September.

NORTH AMERICA Thursday 6th July was again a fine, sunny day at Whistler Blackcomb (150cm), Canada and Timberline (140cm), USA Whistler offers only offers one public lane in the summer and some terrain features, as the rest of the terrain is prepared from the camps that are run on the summer skiing area. At Timberline you can currently enjoy both the Mile Park and Mile Halfpipe.

AUSTRALIA What a week it has been for our featured Australian resorts. Fresh snow continued to fall during the course of the week, and combined with the use of snow cannons, it has left some lovely on-piste conditions. Off piste the snow is still variable in many places, and some natural hazards lurk underneath the fresh Falls Creek (18/73cm) has received 22cm so far this week, and at Mount Buller (20/39cm) there was 12cm overnight which has been compressed down to provide well-groomed pistes. Conditions at Mount Baw Baw (6/24cm) are still very poor due to the lack of snow, and unfortunately the Tasmanian resort of Ben Lomond is still yet to receive enough snow to allow them to open.

NZ Winter Beauty, Tukino

NEW ZEALAND Treble Cone (40/60cm) is now open for skiing and snowboarding and the conditions are good. The temperature remained low on Thursday 6th July helping the snow, and with clear skis overhead it could not have been much better Mount Dobson (26/48cm) and Porter Heights (10/15cm) plan to open for the season on Friday 7th July, followed a day later by Mount Olympus (5/15cm) and Mt Lyford (17cm). At the resorts that are already open, fresh snow over the last week has really helped the skiing conditons. On the South Island, Mt Hutt (53/74cm), Coronet Peak (15/80cm) and The Remarkables (40/75cm) report the deepest base depths. Both of the North Island's Mt Ruapehu resorts are open for skiing.

SOUTH AMERICA In South America, Chile has benefited from fresh snow across all of our featured resorts. Valle Nevado (223cm) was looking particularly good thanks to 8cm of snow that fell in the last 24 hours, whilst at Nevados de Chillian (104cm) the calm after the storm has left some lovely off piste options. There was no real change in the ski conditions for resorts in Argentina for Thursday 6th July, where it was a partly cloudy day, with a chance of snow at times.