Snow Report

Wed 21 Mar 2018, 12:00
Great on piste conditions, tracked out off piste
Clear skys and great visibility. Cold with very strong winds especially early on.
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Last Snowfall Sun 18 Mar (25cm)
Last 7 days 25
Next 9 days 81


Upper piste depth 405
Lower piste depth 70

Snow conditions

Upper pistes Excellent
Resort runs Excellent
Off piste snow Tracked


Lifts open 15 out of 15

Weather at a Glance

Resort Thu 22 Mar Fri 23 Mar Sat 24 Mar Sun 25 Mar Mon 26 Mar Tue 27 Mar Wed 28 Mar Thu 29 Mar Fri 30 Mar
2 -8
1 -6
12 -6
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Gavin Quiney, 21 Mar 2018, 12:00

Skiing Today

Very limited early lift openings cleared the slopes and allowed some great morning runs on perfect pistes on the Ventina run. After a heart lunch at Linos the mountain had opened up allowing to the top with more good laps from Theodulpass before a well-earned drink at Chalet Etoile and the last ski down.

Weather Summary

Clear skys and great visibility. Cold with very strong winds especially early on.

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Snow overview for Italy

19 March 2018

The latter part of last week and the past weekend saw snowfall, accompanied by poor visibility of much of the west of Italy. Bardonecchia (100/305cm) continues its trend of excellent reported snowfalls in March, with 50cm falling on Friday. Other resorts saw some good new over the weekend – Bormio (40/90cm), which has seen underwhelming snowfall for much of the season, managed 30cm over four days resulting in a noticeable upturn in conditions, with a similar story in Passo Tonale (60/250cm).

Monday the 19th saw the arrival of increasingly bright skies in the West of the country, with no clouds at all in the more southerly resorts with glorious days over the Milky Way for example. Conditions in the Via Lattea are a real improvement over the past few weeks, with any signs of the lack of early season snow now well in the past. Up to 250cm of snow can be found on the upper slopes and plenty of off piste options available as well thanks to 40cm in the past four days.

Good quantities of new snow also fell in the East, with up to 15cm in Alagna (50/180cm) while Alta Badia (135/164cm) saw 25cm, both on the Sunday. It remained overcast in the Dolomites with poor visibility; though this did leave open the possibility of more snowfall arriving over the course of the day. 

As with the wider Alpine region, Monday looks to be the last of any snow that may fall over this week other than minor isolated flurries in the more southerly resorts. The following weekend on the other hand should bring plenty of new snow, as long as current forecasts hold steady.

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