Heavy snow has been widespread acroos the Alps this week, transforming many ski resorts into powder playgrounds. Excellent conditions are being reported both on and off the slopes.

FRANCE: More than a metre of snow has been recorded in French resorts over the last week, some of the biggest dumps have been in Samoens (125cm),  La Rosiere1850 (100cm),  Les Carroz (97cm) and Isola 2000 (90cm). Snow has been widespread in both the Northern and Southern French Alps, with 50-80cm this week in Les Gets (85-260cm), Flaine (175-390cm), Avoriaz (175-265cm), Montgenevre (190-250cm), La Plagne (185-320cm), Chamonix (25-390cm), Morzine (85-260cm), Tignes (170-305cm), Les Arcs (135-310cm), Val Thorens (190-300cm), Val d'Isere (171-310cm). See our full France snowfall total.

AUSTRIA: As has been the case through much of this winter, The Arlberg region has had the best of the recent snowfalls and is in great shape: Lech-Zuers (145-240cm) has seen 80cm this week and St. Anton (90-250cm) has had 55cm. Other resorts with good snow conditions include Warch-Schroecken (210-240cm), Obergurgl-Hochgurgl (36-191cm), Bad Gastein (150-190cm), Silvretta Montafon (60-180cm) and Onertauern (100-140cm). See our full Austria snowfall total

ITALY: Great skiing is available at many of the resorts thanks to the fantastic snowfall this week. 50cm of fresh snow has fallen across the Milky Way resorts and snow levels are now 50-80cm in Sestriere, Sauze d'Oulx and Claviere. The Dolomiti Superski has seen the biggest dumps with up to 160cm in the last 7 days. Earlier in the week the Aosta Valley and Monterosa region saw some healthy snowfall and pistes are in great conditions. See our full Italy snowfall total.

SWITZERLAND: It's a similar picture in Switzerland where powder alarms have been sounding off this week. Some of the heaviest snowfall has accumulated in Melchsee-Frutt (90cm), Torgon (85cm), Arosa (70cm), St. Moritz (69cm), Adelboden (66cm), Engadin St. Moritz (61cm), Aletsch Arena (56cm). See our full Switzerland snowfall total.