How much snow did Solden get?

How much snow did Solden get?

Snow History

Total Snowfall Average Base Depth
2018 – 2019 366cm 43cm
2019 – 2020 558cm 87cm
2020 – 2021 283cm 121cm
2021 – To Date 413cm 75cm

Is there snow at Mt Selwyn?

The snow forecast for Selwyn Snowfields is: Mostly dry.

When can you ski in Andorra?

The Andorra ski season runs from December to April. Most of the slopes in the Pyrenees are high altitude at over 1,800m and the highest go up to over 2,500m, so the snow is fairly reliable all season – especially in late December and January, when the weather tends to be coldest at around -2°C.

How steep is Sölden?

Sölden Ski World Cup Opening 2019 The 70% steep slope guarantees thrilling action at an altitude of more than 2600 metres. Free shuttle busses will transport spectators to the glacier and back again.

Is Sölden Snowsure?

Sölden. Sölden has an excellent snow record and two glaciers which helps with the reliability of snow conditions. On top of this, it has a high altitude of 1,380m-3,250m, making it one of the most snow sure ski resorts in Austria.

Is Mount Snow Open tomorrow?

Open 7 days a week, all summer long. Book your tee time with us. As of now, tee times can be made by calling the Pro Shop at (802) 464-4254 ext. 1 starting at 9 am tomorrow.

Can you ski in Solden in April?

Skiing fun until May In spring, the skis and snowboards are far from being put in the basement in Sölden. Thanks to the high Alpine altitude of the glacier ski area, winter sports will continue here until early May. Offering prime slope and snow conditions.

Is Obergurgl good for apres ski?

Après-ski is a great way to round off a day on the slopes. The bars, huts and restaurants in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl are the perfect place for live music, hearty food and cool drinks.

What does Gurgl mean in Austrian?

Thanks to its high alpine location on 1,927 m above sea level the village Obergurgl is also known as the highest church village in Austria. The name Gurgl derives from Gurgali which means “village at the glacier”.