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Get the latest snow and weather conditions in all major ski areas updated on Monday and Thursday afternoons by the Ski Club's information department.
Sunshine and clouds with the occasional period of rain were seen in Austria on Monday so the pistes were quite soft and wet at times.
Another sunny day was seen in France on Monday, followed by lighter clouds in the afternoon.
Cervinia was a nice place to ski on Monday as it was mostly sunny and good links were available to access Zermatt, Switzerland.
Zermatt was bright to begin with on Monday but it got a littler cloudier later on in the day.
The Blackcomb mountain is now open in Canada and it was nice and sunny on Monday.
Timberline, North America enjoyed blistering sunshine once again on Monday.
The skies were mostly cloudy in Australia on Monday but the cover and low temperature is expecting to bring fresh snow.
Fresh snow has blessed the New Zealand resorts over the weekend and it is now possible to ski at almost all of the resorts.
There has been fresh snow falling in Argentina which has given our featured resorts a much needed boost. Chile still remains closed all except for Termas de Chilean.
Until more snow hits the ground it is best to avoid the off piste and stick to the groomed slopes. There are still plenty of good slopes available, albeit a little wet but why not head to the Dachstein Glacier (200cm) where they had three out of five lifts operating on Monday and freshly groomed slopes.
The Stubai Glacier had their pistes closed on Monday due to the thunder storms.
Weather predictions are so far indicating the next few days will be quite wet but it should start to brighten up by the middle of the week.
The week ahead will be quite changeable so we could see sunshine followed by light rainfall.
Saas Fee’s glacier is closed until the July 19th.
The Palmer Snowfield at Timberline (0/70cm) still has good skiing available but it is up high on the glacier. The terrain park was also open on Monday 6th July to run alongside slushy slopes and excellent views.
The best conditions can be found in Mount Buller (5/40cm) and Falls Creek (5/48cm) as they offer the highest base depths coupled with their snow making facilities. Of the remaining resorts that we feature, the majority of their slopes are formed from artificial snow. All of the available slopes in Australia are well groomed so good skiing can be found but off piste is a no go at the moment.
There’s goods news around the corner as the week ahead has been forecast for consistent light snow.
Mt Dobson (60cm), My Olympus (77/85cm) and Rainbow (25/55cm) all opened for snow sports over the weekend and with fresh snowfall for the start of this week the skiing is very good at the moment. Of these three resorts, Rainbow reported the greatest amount of fresh snow with 15cm falling for 6th July.
Treble Cone (105/225cm) reports the deepest snow base in New Zealand at the moment and around 15cm of fresh snow fell this weekend. This could be a great week to ski Treble Cone as more snow is expected to fall over the coming days too.
On the North Island the conditions are not quite as good, but this week could see things improve at Turoa (30/59cm) and Whakapapa (20/40cm) with fresh snowfall predicted every day this week.