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Updated: 9.35am Monday 23 May 2016 - Big snowfalls for the western Alps!


“Winter” has returned with a vengeance this morning, with heavy snow falling as low as 1000m in places in the central and western Alps. This follows a short spell of more summery weather, which saw temperatures peak at 32°C in the northern Austrian Alps (Salzburg) yesterday afternoon... More

Saas-Fee, Switzerland - Weather to ski - Snow news, 23 May 2016 Blizzard in Saas-Fee this morning - Photo:

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Where to ski in the Alps in June

26 May 2016


Fraser Wilkin looks at the skiing options available in the Alps this June. 


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How good is Les Arcs' snow record?

5 May 2016


Les Arcs has a pretty good snow record. But is it one of the best in the Alps?... 


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Top 5 places to ski in the Alps in May

1 May 2016


Fraser Wilkin picks 5 of the best ski resorts in the Alps to head to in May... 


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Why does Flaine have such a good snow record?

22 April 2016


Flaine has one of the best snow records in the French Alps. Here's why...


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Who got the most snow in 2014-15?

12 June 2015


So the results are in....


Which Alpine ski resorts got the most snow in 2014-15? 


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Who got the most snow in North America in 2014-15?

19 June 2015


Guest writer Tony Crocker looks at which North American ski resorts got the most snow in 2014-15...  


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Snow Reliability - Ski Resorts A-Z

Planning a ski trip? 


Here you'll find our comprehensive assessment of snow reliability in European and North American ski resorts.


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The snow quality equation

Rightly or wrongly, the quality of the snow (never mind the state of the weather) can make or break your holiday, particularly if it is your first time in a resort.  Here we explain the factors making up the "snow quality equation", which should allow you to make a more informed choice as to where and when you next hit the slopes.