Over 100 Ski Resorts Now Open in Europe But More Snow Is Needed

Over 100 Ski Resorts Now Open in Europe But More Snow Is Needed

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Over 100 Ski Resorts Now Open in Europe But More Snow Is Needed

Webcam shot from Kitzbuhel, Austria | Cover Image: Webcam shot from Val d’Isere, France | Dec 5, 2018

The European ski season is officially underway but ski areas, especially in the Northern Alps are in need of more snow. The slow start to the ski season has forced the cancellation of three World Cup ski races in Val d’Isere, France.

“Due to warm temperatures, lack of snow and unfavourable weather forecasts the ladies’ World Cup races in Val d’Isère scheduled for 14th – 16th December 2018 have been cancelled,” FIS said in a statement. “A possible replacement will be communicated in due course.”

In the southern Alps, conditions are better but far from stellar. This is a flip from last season where the Alps enjoyed a strong start to the ski season with heaps of early snow.

Major Resorts OPEN Resorts In The Alps

List From Planetski.eu

AUSTRIA: Ischgl, Kitzbuhel, Soelden, Obergurgl, Hintertux, Kitzteinhron, Stubai Lech/Zurs, St Anton, Kuhtai, Mayrhoffen, Schladming and Pitztal.

FINLAND: Ruka and Levi.

FRANCE: Tignes, Val Thorens, Val d’Isere Les 2 Alpes, Alpe d’Huez, Montgenèvre Serre Chevalier and Isola 2000.

And don’t forget Les Angles and Font-Romea in the French Pyrenees.

GERMANY: Zugspitz.

ITALY: Cervinia, Alagna, Val Senales, Solda, Passo Tonale, Madesimo, Madonna, Champoluc, Sestriere, Alta Baida, Arabba and Livigno .

NORWAY: Kvitfjell, Hemsedal, Trysil and Beitostolen.

SCOTLAND: The Lecht and Glencoe.

SPAIN: Sierra Nevada and Baqueira Beret

SWITZERLAND: Zermatt, Saas-Fee, Verbier, Engelberb, St Moritz, Grimesntz-Zinal, Veysonnaz, Andermatt, Arosa-Lenzerheide and Davos.

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