Switzerland saw some of the largest recorded snowfall amounts that fell across the Alps in the last few days. The snow began falling at the beginning of the weekend and has resulted in some impressive accumulations, substantially adding to the base depth and resulting in some fantastic skiing.
Some of the most noteworthy amounts include 70cm of fresh snow in Arosa Lenzerheide (90/120cm), 45cm reported over the last 24 hours in Davos / Klosters (25/120cm), although only a handful of lifts were open on Monday.
The Jungfrau region opened this past weekend to upwards of 40cm of fresh snow, with a good range of terrain open across the three ski areas and a good level of coverage at altitude. There was also fantastic skiing across Verbier (30/90cm), with substantial fresh snowfall over the past few days and little sign of the current snowfall easing up at all.