The St Anton Snow Report and Forecast 13 December 2017 reports a lot of snowfall to come, building on an already impressive base on the mountain.
Conditions over the last week have been fantastic in. A lot of snow has fallen meaning skiers can make the most of St Anton’s huge amount of off-piste trails. However, do ensure that if you are going off-piste that you are well aware and educated in avalanche risk and procedure.
Look no further for the perfect winter destination: #stantonamarlberg▶ Schneehöhe/Snow depth: Valluga 240 cm, St. Christoph 140 cm, Galzig 140 cm, Gampen 95 cm, Rendl 90 cm. | 30cm of new snow on Valluga | Freezing Level: 900m | Temps: -20℃ at Peak/ -8℃ Valley
Posted by St. Anton am Arlberg on Saturday, 9 December 2017
Today (Wednesday 13th), St Anton is looking glorious with blue skies and sunshine for snow sports fans to enjoy the recent snowfall. However, this will not last long! The forecast for the next week shows that snow will continue falling each day from tomorrow until Monday and perhaps even beyond. A very snowy December seems to show no signs of stopping.