Wir glauben, dass dies der umfassendste und genaueste Schneebericht für Zermatt ist, den es gibt.Die Daten stammen von den Messstationen des SLF (WSL-Institut für Schnee-und Lawinenforschung SLF) und und der äquivalent Einrichtung inCervinia.Die aktuellen Schneebedingungen sind unten angegeben. Sie können auch auf die entsprechenden Jahre klicken, um zu sehen, wie Ihre gewählte Woche in der Vergangenheit war.Ausserdem können Sie unsere ausführliche Tabelle mit den Schneefällen und Tiefen dieser Saison herunterladen. (Nur auf Englisch)
We are in the middle of the perfect ski week, with continually blue skies and very good snow conditions. The Stockhorn – Triftji freeride slopes opened this week, as did the long Kumme run. As is usual in Zermatt, you can easily find fresh powder to track even a week after the last snowfall. Here is the evidence, an MX guest ripping it down near Gornergrat:
A second great powder day this week. Although it had rained up to 2,400m yesterday, it also snowed, and we had great powder for most of each run we did on the Stockhorn / Triftji freeride area. The bottom run outs were just a little heavy. We did 5 runs of 1,000 vertical metres each before lunch. Do also have a look at the video here.
Today was the best powder day of the season so far, with bottomless floaty snow!!! And as is typical in Zermatt, we got fresh tracks and virgin powder fields all day long. Have a look at today's video.
It snowed all day yesterday Tuesday February 28th, and this snowfall is set to continue until tomorrow Wednesday March 2nd. Currently there are 15cm of fresh snow at Gornergrat, with high winds closing many of the upper lifts, do check in for an update tomorrow.
The Half-Term school holiday week just gone was absolutely perfect, with stable high-pressure weather conditions giving us constant sunshine and blue skies. Everyone from small kids to grand-parents had a great time, with grippy and crisp winter snow followed by al fresco lunches in the warm sun. And Zermatt being Zermatt, if you knew where to look, there were still some fresh powder tracks to be had off-piste:
This week was truly amazing, with three great powder days, the best was yesterday (Saturday) with 30-40cm of bottomless snow over on the Italian side. The off-piste was still very good on Hohtälli, but due to the weather closing in on Friday it had snowed on the southern flank of the mountain so that is where we headed. The high wind had hardened the snow on the Swiss Matterhorn side, while on the Italian side it was fluffy perfection. The advantage of being able to access both sides of the Alps. We have posted a few videos on Vimeo.