Where is the snow? 

A large number of resorts have now closed across the Alps. There's still some healthy snow depths for this time of year at high-altitude or glacier resorts. Some of the best skiing can be found in the northern French Alps and in the Austrian Arlberg region. Sunny skies are expected across the Alps this weekend.

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Most of the big-name French resorts in the northern Alps remain open and upper slopes are in good condition thanks to the great snowfall this season. Lower slopes are generally pretty slushy though. Some of the best skiing in the country can be found in Val d'Isere (160-315cm), Tignes (163-315cm), Val Thorens (240-340cm), La Plagne (205-395cm), Les Arcs (288-395cm), Alpe d'Huez (205-390cm), La Rosiere (240-450cm) and Avoriaz (170-450cm). See our full France Snow Report to get current conditions.


There are a limited number of Austrian ski resorts than remain open. The best skiing can generally be found in the Arlberg ski area and at glacial resorts. Some of the best options for spring skiing include St. Anton (100-490cm), Lech-Zuers (100-300cm), Obergurgl-Hochgurgl (72-176cm), Stuben am Arlberg (105-350cm), Dachstein glacier (0-550cm), Moelltaler glacier (0-410cm), Stubai glacier (30-400cm) and Hintertux glacier (10-395cm) . See full Austria Snow Report


The vast majority of Italian ski resorts are now closed. The standout open resort with the best snow conditions is Cervinia-Breuil (190-435cm) which received 20cm of fresh snow last Friday is open until May. See full Italy Snow Report


Many Swiss ski resorts are now closed for the season but some great skiing options can still be found in Engelberg (20-700cm), Murren (70-407cm), Nendaz (20370cm), Verbier (12-82cm) and Zermatt (65-350cm). See full Switzerland Snow report. 


All Andorran ski resorts are now closed.


The Lecht is the only Scottish ski resort to close its doors for the season. All others remain open (except Nevis Range which has temporarily closed until Thursday). Some of the best skiing can be found in Glencoe (90-110cm). See full Scottish Snow Report

OnTheSnow's Weekly Snow Report is updated every Wednesday to give you the best skiing conditions across Europe.

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