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Skiscanner ski report: 24/02/09

Skiscanner ski report: 24/02/09

Welcome to Skiscanner – Skyscanner’s regular ski report, letting you know where in the world the best snow is falling and how to get there. So grab your goggles, book a flight and head for the hills!

skier.powder.JPGHeavy snowfalls have hit the eastern Alps with falls of up to half a meter reported. In North America, the east coast has been enjoying huge snow dumps of up to a meter, on an already strong base.

Austria – the last 7 days have seen heavy snow fall across many of Austria’s ski resorts, with base depths rising to over a meter in some places. Due to this new snow, the powder conditions are excellent at the moment, though avalanche danger is also high, so be wary of venturing into the backcountry at present. Find cheap flights to Salzburg and Innsbruck

Switzerland– lots of fresh snow for the Swiss ski resorts over the last few days with cumulative top ups of over 50cm in many resorts. Andermatt, Les Diablerets and Verbier are all boasting great conditions right now, so a great time to be skiing Switzerland. Find cheap flights to Geneva and Zurich

USA – the east coast has been dumped on with over a meter falling in Sugarbush in Vermont, and similar amounts falling in Maine. On the west side, Mammoth in California is now reporting a base of close to 5m! Find cheap flights to the USA

Best of the rest

Italy – not much in the way of new snow for the Italian Alps and Dolomites this weekend, but the sun is out and with a massive snow base in place (eg Cervina has over 3m!) there is great sunny skiing on offer. Find cheap flights to Milan

France – some fresh snow has fallen in France, and another 30cm or so is expected to arrive this week. Find cheap flights to Geneva, Chambery, Lyon, Grenoble

Germany – a small top up of snow for German resorts has kept the slopes in great condition, and more is forecast to arrive this week. Find cheap flights to Munich and Friedrichshafen

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