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Snow report: Fresh snow & spring sunshine

6th March 2015 | OTS Staff

Fresh snow and blue skies in Val Thorens March 5, 2015

Fresh snow and blue skies in Val Thorens March 5, 2015

Copyright: Val Thorens

It maybe March but that isn’t stopping the snow! Powder alarms have sounded off at numerous big-name resorts this week, particularly in the French and Austrian Alps.

Over the last 7 days: 70cm in St. Anton am Arlberg, 52cm in Val Thorens, 50cm in Lech-Zuers and Solden, 44cm in Val d’Isere, 38cm in Tignes, Alpe d’Huez and Flaine, 35cm in Chamonix, 30cm in Morzine, 28cm in Laax and Courchevel, 25cm in Avoriaz, Mayrhofen and Adelboden, 22cm in Engelberg, and 20cm in Kitzbuehel, Meribel, Grindelwald, Verbier, Davos-Klosters and Cervinia-Breuil. There was also 20cm of fresh snow on Wednesday for Andorran resorts. See full 7-day Europe snow report.

Some of the best skiing conditions in Europe right now can be found in Flaine (135-240cm), Chamonix (20-210cm), Val Thorens (145-230cm), Val d’Isere (113-175cm), Tignes (113-175cm), Alpe d’Huez (109-200cm), Avoriaz (195-320cm), Davos-Klosters (61-195cm), Adelboden (39-130cm), Grindelwald (35-125cm), Murren (105-240cm), St. Anton (55-290cm), Lech-Zuers (115-230cm) and Kitzbuehel (20-109cm).

Snow forecast: No new snow is forecast for the Alps or the Pyrenees over the weekend, instead it’s blue skies and beautiful sunbathing weather. Temperatures are expected to rise over the next week.

There is snow forecast for Bulgarian resorts over the next 3 days with the majority of the snow falling Sat. March 7th: 47cm for Pamporovo, 18cm for Borovets and Vitosha, and 15cm for Bansko.

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Fresh snow and blue skies in Val Thorens March 5, 2015 - © Val Thorens
Beautiful conditions in St. Anton March 3, 2015 - © St. Anton am Arlberg
Fresh snow in Val Thorens March 5, 2015 - © Val Thorens
Powder in Val d'Isere March 4, 2015 - © Val d'Isere

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Mountain News Corporation and our OnTheSnow and Skiinfo websites will be shutting down. We will explore the possibility of selling, partnering, or contributing assets to another media outlet if there is an opportunity to allow for a consistent or enhanced online experience. For inquiries about Mountain News Corporation, please email Feedback_OTS@mountainnews.com.

We want to thank our loyal employees for their tireless work over the years to bring great information to all of you. We take comfort knowing that our collective passion for the sport of skiing and snowboarding will certainly live on.

We’ll see you on the mountain.


– Mountain News Corporation