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A cloudy day for many areas in Austria saw the arrival of yet more fresh snow and the continuation of the great conditions that the country has been experiencing of late.
Whilst the visibility was limited at resorts such as Kaunertal (50/200cm) and Karpun (80/180cm), around 5cm of new snow meant that there was yet more fresh tracks to be had, and with the majority of lifts currently running it certainly is an excellent time to be hitting the slopes.
Elsewhere, towards Salzburg the Loferer Alm (90/130cm) has fallen under the radar somewhat. However, conditions the conditions across the resort continue to improve, and with a stable base depth now in place, there should be good skiing for weeks to come.
The Arlberg region is also offering great skiing. In St Anton (65/160cm), a resort renowned for its off piste, the options are currently excellent, and nearby at Lech and Zurs (95/130cm) the state of affairs is equally as appealing.
The snow and clouds are predicted to continue to dominate the skies over the course of Tuesday 17th January. Thereafter a return to sunnier skies is expected, with temperatures likely to be around -10C.
|Snow report for Wednesday 18 January 2017
|Fresh Snow Depth
|Snow Depth on Upper Pistes
|Snow Depth on Lower Pistes
||17 January 2017
|Conditions of the Pistes
|Conditions of Runs to Resort
|Off Piste Conditions
|Number of Open Lifts
|| Lovely weather, perfect ski day
||Great skiing thanks to the new snow that fell over the weekend