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Snow Reports & Snow Totals

Ski Resorts With the Most Snow

Who got the most snow? Check out the latest snowfall totals for ski resorts and compare mountains with the most new snow from today, yesterday and two days ago. In addition to the 24, 48 and 72-hour total number of inches, this snow report also compares ski areas by snow depth totals at the summit and base of the mountain. Click through to any ski resort in the list to view the snow report for that mountain. Click a country or region of interest from the list below for a snow report from ski areas located there.

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Firsthand Reports

Mt. Buller +

good snow for skiing some parts icy. wombat run good condition. a bit cloudy

62 day(s) ago - Mt. Buller.

Perisher +

View of the main range in the morning from Guthega. Great couple of days skiing at Perisher, but now warming up so might not last that long unless the forecasted snow arrives on the weekend.

74 day(s) ago - Perisher.

Spring Snow
Perisher +

again amazing specially at the top Kamikaze is a delicious pleasure

105 day(s) ago - Perisher.

Machine Groomed 0cm
Perisher +

amazing snow

107 day(s) ago - Perisher.

Powder 6cm
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109 day(s) ago - Charlotte Pass.

Thredbo Alpine Resort +

111 day(s) ago - Thredbo Alpine Resort.

Spring Snow 1cm
Mt. Baw Baw Alpine Resort +

patchy snow through to the grass on the button lifts

118 day(s) ago - Mt. Baw Baw Alpine Resort.

Variable Conditions 0cm
Mt. Baw Baw Alpine Resort +

one of the many closed runs today

118 day(s) ago - Mt. Baw Baw Alpine Resort.

Variable Conditions 0cm
Mt. Baw Baw Alpine Resort +

Just been up Mt Baw Baw today after the website claimed there was 12cm of new snow (the weekly snow fall being 54cm) and the conditions were excellent. Boy where we disappointed... where to begin. The snow patchy with 70-75% coverage at best. A lot of runs had bare patches and thin covering of snow down to the grass, rocks maybe a slushy stream (see attached pics) but oddly it was also deep off the runs. According to the website 5 lifts are in operation, this includes the magic carpet and a lift that takes you halfway up a largely closed run. So call it 3 and a half. Two main lifts you are going to want to use: Hut Run Platter and Maltese Cross T-bar had quite a lot of runs closed limiting the options to mainly 3-4 decent runs. Felt very mislead and definitely not worth paying for a full lift pass until there is more new snow and there is a big dump. It didn't snow today so I can imagine the conditions will only worsen.

118 day(s) ago - Mt. Baw Baw Alpine Resort.

Variable Conditions 0cm
Falls Creek Alpine Resort +

122 day(s) ago - Falls Creek Alpine Resort.