Where To Ski or Snowboard In Italy This Week Ending February 25th, 2017

STORY BY Patrick Thorne 16th February 2017

As with most of Europe there’s not been a lot of fresh snow in the past week, but of what there has been, Italy has had its fair share.

The biggest reported accumulation was 30cm/a foot at Cervinia, and it’s looking like similar accumulations, possibly slightly more, will be arriving in the week ahead.


Ursus Snowpark Top to Bottom con Vlad Khadarin

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The good news is that there’s been more snow in the Dolomites where conditions seem to be gradually improving after its dry December and January.  Although bases here remain a bit thin at around 30-50cm, at least everywhere is now white as it should be, not just ribbons of machine made white on a brown hillside.

In the Alps to the west things are much more like the rest of the western Alps with 1-2m bases, with Pila posting that deepest-in-Italy latter stat.

(Sestriere Pictured above, Courmayeur Below)

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