We believe that this is the most comprehensive and accurate snow report for Zermatt that there is. The data are sourced from the SLF (Swiss Avalanche Research Institute) measuring stations, and from its Cervinia counterpart. The current snow conditions are below, you can also click on the relevant years to see the what your chosen week was like in the past. And you can download our fully detailed spreadsheet of this season’s snowfall and depths.

30th October 2015

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:
- - - - - 20cm - -

Fresh snowfall of 20cm. The link to Cervinia opens from tomorrow until the end of the season. Conditions are outstanding and the runs blissfully empty.

Webcam still taken on October 30th looking toward the Klein Matterhorn cable car on the left, the Plateau Rosa and Furggsattel ski pistes in the sun, and of course the majestic Matterhorn on the right:

7th October 2015

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:
11 - 150cm - - 60cm - -

The 2015-16 season has started: With 40-60cm of fresh snow on the top slopes. There is a snow base of 150cm and 11 runs are open, including the Furggsattel chairlift, giving skiers a vertical of 1,000m to play with. The link to Cervinia will open on the weekends of October 17-18th and 24-25th; it will be permanently open as of October 31st. As usual, the early skiing conditions in Zermatt are the best in the Alps.

Still image from the Trockener Steg webcam taken on October 7th: