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Austria Snow

It was a predominately sunny day across most of our featured Austrian resorts on Monday 20th March. The temperatures were very warm once again, and coupled with a fohn wind that is moving around the country, base depths have decreased by around 10cm since the end of last week. That said, the upper slopes in the Arlberg region are still offering some nice skiing, thanks to around 10cm of fresh snow that fell at St Anton/St Christoph (60/315cm) over the weekend. Near Obergurgl, Pitzal (171/215cm) also benefited from 11cm, and was running all 12 of its lifts on Monday. In contrast, the amount of lifts running across the Ski Juwel (30/80cm) area has dropped significantly, across Alpbach, Niederau and Wildschonau only 27/46 lifts were open on Monday. In the Ski Welt (35/45) the base depth has decreased by around 20cm from the resorts reading last Friday, and it seems that the spring weather is starting to take its toll on the snow at resorts such as Ellmau, Scheffau and Soll. For much of the week ahead, expect changeable weather and a mixture of sun, cloud, rain and even some thunderstorms for resorts such as Damuls/Mellau (90/140cm). For skiing at higher altitude, there could be up to 16cm of fresh snow on Tuesday 21st March for Hintertux (80/210cm).

Resort Summary

Resorts Lifts Open Lower/Upper Last Snow
Alpbach 52% 35 cm / 80 cm 15 cm (10th-Mar) More
Bad Kleinkirchheim 67% 15 cm / 30 cm 1 cm (7th-Mar) More
Ellmau 68% 30 cm / 40 cm 10 cm (9th-Mar) More
Hochgurgl More
Ischgl 98% 0 cm / 110 cm 5 cm (22nd-Mar) More
Kaprun 100% 85 cm / 190 cm 20 cm (19th-Mar) More
Katschberg More
Kitzbuhel 84% 49 cm / 96 cm 5 cm (19th-Mar) More
Kuhtai 100% 66 cm / 80 cm 5 cm (22nd-Mar) More
Lech 98% 75 cm / 160 cm 5 cm (22nd-Mar) More
Mayrhofen 96% 0 cm / 65 cm 5 cm (19th-Mar) More
Niederau-Oberau More
Obergurgl 90% 21 cm / 116 cm 2 cm (23rd-Mar) More
Obertauern 100% 110 cm / 180 cm 15 cm (19th-Mar) More
Saalbach-Hinterglemm 0 cm / 0 cm More
Schladming-Dachstein More
Seefeld 48% 20 cm / 40 cm 16 cm (7th-Mar) More
Solden 91% 20 cm / 276 cm 20 cm (10th-Mar) More
Soll 68% 30 cm / 40 cm 10 cm (9th-Mar) More
St. Anton 0 cm / 0 cm More
Stuben More
Warth-Schröcken More
Westendorf 68% 30 cm / 40 cm 5 cm (7th-Mar) More
Zell am See 79% 15 cm / 104 cm 10 cm (18th-Mar) More

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