Wir glauben, dass dies der umfassendste und genaueste Schneebericht für Zermatt ist, den es gibt. Die Daten stammen von den Messstationen des SLF () und und der äquivalent Einrichtung in Cervinia. 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)

6th February 2017

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
100 250 160cm 133cm 20cm 25cm 314cm -3°

A glorious Zermatt powder ski day on the Hornli slopes under the Matterhorn:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5th February 2017

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
102 268 155cm 120cm 20cm 35cm 280cm

A significant snowfall last night and continuing today, cumulating in a week's total of 55cm on the top slopes. And the village of Zermatt has taken on a fresh white mantle as you can see in the webcam still below:

1st February 2017

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
102 268 140cm 121cm 10cm 20cm 271cm +4°

It has snowed over the last two days a total of 20cm. Although it then rained at village level, on the slopes the conditions were excellent with fresh powder everywhere. The image below is taken from run #71 (Theodulgletscher):

And here are a couple of webcam stills from February 1st of Gornergrat and Riffelberg:

 

18th January 2017

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
100 258 125cm 116cm 18cm 0cm 246cm -10°

Still good powder to be had, as the young Mountain Exposure client found below

16th January 2017

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
100 258 125cm 116cm 18cm 18-35cm 246cm -8°

There was a significant snowfall from Thursday to Saturday last week, with 18cm in the village and 35cm on the Plateau Rosa. Zermatt now has snowy white streets and the snow conditions on piste are refreshed. Off-piste is still limited though.Temperatures plummeted yesterday to -20° at 3,000m and will remain cold for most of the coming week.

31st December 2016

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
100 258 150cm 85cm 10cm 2cm 200cm 0-4°

We have had a beautiful week of high pressure weather with clear skies and sunshine. The skiing conditions on piste are still good, especially above 2,200m and on the Italian side. Below this the snow is man-made and somewhat harder. These are typical Christmas week conditions with not much off-piste; however unlike many resorts Zermatt is blessed with a reasonable amount of snow so the majority of runs are open as you can see from the map below.

21st December 2016

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
96 251 200cm 87cm 10cm 40cm 198cm -2°

It has snowed a lot on the Italian side over the last two days, with a total of 40cm of fresh snow. Conditions in Cervinia and Valtournenche are outstanding, as they are also around the Klein Matterhorn and Furggsattel on the Swiss side. Below 2,200m there is no fresh snow, but due to the outstanding snowmaking systems in Zermatt, both resort runs are open as are a good number of challenging blacks and reds. With over 250km of open runs we are making the most of what mother nature has provided.

Ski slopes near Testa Grigia on December 22nd 2016

11th December 2016

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
91 210 160cm 83cm 10cm - 191 +2

The number of open runs has increased again, with the resort run from Furi back to Zermatt now also open, giving a total of 210km of pistes. Although there is no snow forecast for the week ahead, piste conditions are very good with dry winter snow everywhere and beautiful blue skies and glowing sunshine. Eary season skiing at its best.

Above: the piste from Klein Matterhorn with a view over the Italian side. Below: powder snow last week.

26th November 2016

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
22 + 30 143 160cm 95cm 0cm 80cm 191cm +2

After an entire week of signifcant snowfall at altitude, the sun has come out and all three ski areas on the Swiss side have opened: Sunnegga, Gornergrat and Matterhorn. Together with the Cervinia and Valtournenche sectors on the Italian side, this gives a total of 143km of open pistes – a truly amazing amount so early in the season. The snowline has hovered around 2,200m which means that the resort runs are currently closed. However, one can still ski back down to Furi at 1,800m altitude. Given that the top lift in Zermatt is at 3,883m, this gives you a vertical of 2,000m. Worth coming for some early skiing!

20th November 2016

Today's Snow Statistics
Number of runs open: Number of km: Snow depth at 3,500m - Plateau Rosa: Snow depth at 2,900m - Gornergrat: Snow depth at 1,800m - Furi: New snowfall: Total snowfall this season at 2,900m: Avg temperature at 1,800m:
36 100 200cm 48cm 20cm 13cm 88cm -1.0

13cm more fresh snow fell last night and on the Italian side of the ski area both the Cervinia and Valtournenche sectors are open, with a total of 24 runs to enjoy. You can ski all the way down to the village of Cervinia already! Together with the 12 runs open on the Zermatt side, this is the most skiing you can get anywhere in the Alps. It is forecast to snow intensively over the next week, especially in the Matterhorn area along the border with Italy.