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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.
Skiing continues at Timberline, Oregon, where the Palmer snowfield is curretly being served by three running lifts.
Snow has fallen across Australia, and has deposited around 5cm of fresh for many resorts. Great skiing can currently be found at Mount Hotham, where pockets of fresh powder are still available. At Mount Baw Baw and Ben Lomond, the new snow has gone someway to improving the patchy areas of the slopes.
New Zealand’s North Island was providing excellent riding conditions on Thursday. The Remarkbales is offering some nice off piste options, whilst at My Hutt the groomed slopes are currently in fantastic shape. On the North Island, lift access at Turoa and Whakapapa were limited due to adverse weather.
In South America the stand out Argentinian resort remains Las Lenas, Over in Chile, Nevados de Chillian is looking good after last week’s snowfall.
There is currently some lovely skiing to be found at Mount Hotham (104/119cm), where there is a mixture of good chalky snow on piste and some nice pockets of powder off the side. Elsewhere, Perisher (135cm) and Thredbo (157cm) continues to boast some of the country’s most impressive snow depths, whilst at Ben Lomond (15/30cm) and Mount Baw Baw (11cm) there has been a few centimeters of fresh snow, which has helped to cover some of the resorts more patchy areas of the mountain.
On the North Island, Turoa (210cm) and Whakapapa (239cm) were in amongst the cloud on Thursday. Visibility was reduced at both resorts, and at Whakapapa there was limited lift access.
The weekend is forecast to bring more snow to much of New Zealand. Mt Hutt is currently predicted to receive around 25cm on Friday 26th, whilst Mt Lyford (90cm) and Rainbow (70/105cm) could be effected by rain.
Over in Chile it was also a day of clear skies. The best skiing in the country can currently be found at Valle Nevado (60/283cm), where 16/17 lifts were running, and some stashes of powder could still be found hidden off the side of the slopes. Elsewhere, La Parva (50/120cm) and Nevados de Chillian (80/112cm) are both still holding up well after the snow that fell last weekend.