St Anton Snow Report, 26 Mar 2010

Skiers in St AntonThe snow depth is 220 cm at the top of Valluga and there is  50cm on St Anton’s home runs.

Fantastic skiing can be found all over the St Anton and the Arlberg region especially in the higher areas of the mountain. In the morning the best conditions lie up Rendl as these south-facing slopes catch the morning sun, however, in the afternoons they have a tendency to become slushy.

In the afternoon the Galzig and Nasserein gondolas lead to some great pisted runs of all difficulties. From the top of Galzig also gives you the opportunity to ski down the beautiful runs leading to St. Christoph.

The weather forecast for Friday is sunny spells with patches of precipitation. On Saturday the temperature is predicted to drop producing sunny spells with further snow showers.

The Alberg area always has something for everybody. A whole new kind of “Zürs Magic” will be brought to you on the 31st March: a team of inhabitants of Lech and Zürs organizes a sporty movie night with presentation of a spectacular freeride-movie at the highest level!

For those interested in lively après ski then the Mooserwirt and Krazy Kangaruh bars (both found on run blue 1) never disappoint.

For a more sociable après ski there a number of bars and pubs in town offering live music. These include the Underground and Bar Cuba where cover artists play many all time classic songs.