Ischgl Snow Report 15/03/2013
Here is the latest snow report from our team in Ischgl
There is 160cm of snow at the top of the Ischgl ski area with 60cm of snow in resort. The last snowfall was on 14th March with around 10cm falling.
There are 231km of pistes open in the Ischgl ski area with 100% ski lifts open.
The variable weather conditions will continue on. At the weekend, the bitterly cold northerly weather current will be followed by a stormy southerly weather current with spells of foehn, which will temporarily bring milder air masses. However, long sunny spells are forecast for Saturday only. So, we should use Saturday for outdoor activities! On Sunday large patches of clouds will block out the sun and hardly disperse. Starting next week, a stormy southerly foehn wind is forecast in the mountains, clouds approaching from the south will accumulate along the main Alpine ridge. On Monday night, the foehn wind will withdraw and precipitation will spread across the northern edge of the Alps. The snow line will sink distinctly below a level of 1000 meters. Tuesday promises more variable and cold rainy weather conditions.
We had a large dump of snow yesterday so there is plenty of fresh powder on the slopes. There is more snow due on Monday so this should continue making the pistes amazing. The pistes are in excellent condition making your day on the slopes extremely enjoyable. The sun is shining and the sky is clear.
Why not try tobogganing on Monday. Also for some interesting knowledge why not check out Ischgl’s museum it is open on Wednesday 20th March you will be able to look at things such as the first ever ski lifts used and vintage ski’s used and lots more. is also a Jazz band playing in the Silvretta centre on Wednesday 20th. Also don’t forget to run the 40’s which are great if you fancy a bit of duty free shopping. The conditions are great at the moment so don’t miss out.