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Snow report glossary

Snow and weather data can vary depending on many factors. The data we provide gives you an indication of the conditions you can expect but, as conditions can vary so widely, the data is not a guarantee of the conditions at this resort. Weather data comes from our detailed weather forecast.
Last snowed
The date of the last snowfall.
Fresh snow
The depth of the last snowfall.
Last 7 days
The total snowfall reported over the last 7 days.
Next 9 days
The total amount of fresh snow predicted at mid-mountain level from our detailed 9 day forecast.
Upper piste depth
An indication of the snow depth on the upper prepared slopes.
Lower piste depth
An indication of the snow depth on the lower prepared slopes.
Piste quality
An indication of the general piste conditions on the open pistes.
Resort runs
An indication of the conditions on the lower, open runs back into the resort base.
Off piste snow
An indication of the general off piste conditions.
Lifts open
An indication of the number of lifts that are open out of the total number of lifts possible in this resort/ski area.
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Snow report
03 May 2017 12:30
 
Resort is closed for the season
Snowfall:
Last snowed No report
Fresh snow 0cm
Last 7 days 0cm
Next 9 days 5cm
Depths:
Upper piste depth 0cm
Lower piste depth 0cm
Snow conditions:
Upper pistes No report
Resort runs No report
Off piste snow No report
Lifts:
Lifts open 0 out of 10
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Weather forecast glossary

Snow and weather data can vary depending on many factors. The data we provide gives you an indication of the conditions you can expect but, as conditions can vary so widely, the data is not a guarantee of the conditions at this resort. Weather data comes from our detailed weather forecast.
Weather
The predicted weather for the afternoon period at mid-mountain level.
Snow expected
The predicted amount of snow.
Maximum temperature
The predicted maximum temperature for the afternoon period at mid-mountain level.
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Snow & weather forecast
 
A dusting of snow turning to light rain (total 6.0mm) on Sun afternoon. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 5°C on Mon morning, min -5°C on Sat night). Winds decreasing (fresh winds from the WSW on Fri afternoon, calm by Sun night).
Wednesday 03 May 2017

Saturday 27 May 2017
Snow showers

3cm snow expected

1°C max temp

Sunday 28 May 2017
Rain showers

1cm snow expected

4°C max temp

Monday 29 May 2017
Rain showers

0cm snow expected

6°C max temp

Snow overview for USA
Thursday 25 May 2017

Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, is currently closed as the team at the resort begin work shifting some of the remaining snow base to facilitate summer activities. The resort is due to partially reopen for skiing again on the 10th June.

Over on the west coast of the USA in Oregon, the base depth at Timberline (424cm) has been on a steady decline over the past couple of weeks. Temperatures at mid mountain level were at around +5C on Thursday 25th May, which is considerably lower than it has been this week. For those heading up, the resort has typically been running three lifts on a daily basis, and there has been some lovely corduroy snow early on in the morning which churns up as the day goes on.

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Malcolm Turner
Posted: 03/11/09
Loveland review
Malcolm Turner

Loveland has several distinctions: the first is its very long season from October to June, and the second is its proximity to Denver (about a 90 minute drive from Denver Airport). It’s nearly 12,000 feet high and this year it was the first Colorado resort to open (the nearby resort of Arapahoe opened a few days later). It is also good value for money with an early season day pass costing $46.00, compared to nearly $100.00 per day at some of the larger resorts.

This year they managed to open in early October following unusually cold weather. I skied there for six days (from 27th October to 1st November) and found the resort to be excellent. The biggest October storm to hit Colorado for 12 years arrived during my stay producing huge quantities of fresh snow. It also, however, produced very low temperatures and a lot of wind. I understand that Loveland is known for its wind, which might be a negative. I was so cold I had to buy extra clothing, but the superb powder snow made it worthwhile. There were seven runs and two lifts open, and it was a joy to hear fresh powder creaking under my skis. For three days it snowed so hard that our tracks were covered in minutes, meaning that nearly every run was over fresh powder.

Like most American resorts it is well run. It’s just off the I70 Interstate Freeway, you park next to the lift (there are even parking attendants to make sure you park in the right place), and good management means there are rarely queues (weekends can be an exception). Facilities are good and the staff are friendly and helpful.

I had an extraordinary experience one afternoon. A young skier in the restaurant suddenly keeled over, apparently from a heart attack. The Ski Patrol was soon working on him. He had no pulse and was not breathing; they spent about twenty minutes giving him CPR, and finally used a defibrillator. They actually restarted his heart and when I left he was sitting up and talking! Incredible, how often do you see someone brought back from the dead? Are ski patrols this well-trained and equipped in Europe? I wonder.

There is no accommodation in the resort. I stayed at the Hotel Chateau Chamonix in nearby Georgetown (11 miles away). It was excellent and I strongly recommend it. Georgetown is a former gold mining town which has been beautifully restored and developed as a tourist resort. Very friendly and worth seeing.

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