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Switzerland

Heavy snow conditions dominate much of Switzerland, as they have much of this week – some resorts have seen upwards of 100cm since the start of the week. Conditions in the Jungfrau region offer some promising riding opportunities for those prepared to brave the wind, snow and reduced visibility. Though many runs remain closed, up 20cm of snow has fallen across Murren (50/164cm), Grindelwald (30/128cm) and Wengen (20/80cm). Significant snow was expected across the four valleys, with up to 50cm expected in Verbier (110/145cm) and Nendaz (70/100cm). This blanket of fresh snow on top of what has already fallen should provide vast opportunities for skiing fresh lines during their upcoming opening weekend. Though, as with much of the rest of Switzerland, and the Alps in general, remain cautious as potential avalanche conditions abound. Unfortunately, lifts in some resorts are once again temporarily inoperable, specifically Gstaad (50/270cm) and Abelboden / Lenk (18/100cm).

Resort Summary

Resorts Lifts Open Lower/Upper
Adelboden 7% 0 cm / 70 cm
Andermatt 55% 41 cm / 230 cm
Arosa 60% 60 cm / 90 cm
Champery 113% 10 cm / 90 cm
Crans Montana 21% 70 cm / 210 cm
Davos 45% 38 cm / 120 cm
Engelberg 92% 30 cm / 340 cm
Flims Laax 31% 55 cm / 195 cm
Grimentz 0% 40 cm / 90 cm
Grindelwald 55% 35 cm / 149 cm
Gstaad 8% 60 cm / 270 cm
Klosters 47% 35 cm / 120 cm
Murren 92% 52 cm / 201 cm
Nendaz 15% 70 cm / 100 cm
Saas-Fee 71% 35 cm / 145 cm
Samnaun 67% 45 cm / 90 cm
St Moritz 40% 35 cm / 88 cm
Verbier 48% 120 cm / 135 cm
Villars 0% 50 cm / 120 cm
Wengen 35% 35 cm / 149 cm
Zermatt 40% 20 cm / 100 cm

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