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Snow conditions

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Snow conditions

Hi there,

We are vissiting ischgl end of januarry we are consern about snow conditions, as so far is not sufficient snow. Can anyway tell me weather is normal for this period or we will face a bad season regarding snow?

Vienna, Austria
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2,139 posts
14 reviews
1. Re: Snow conditions

Get your own crystal ball!

Seriously, no one can tell. Also, define "not sufficient": Their website shows 40 of 45 lifts running. There may not be a lot of snow, but the season is on.

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2. Re: Snow conditions

Thanks a lot,

Though i ment simply if will be adequate snow.. enough snow for off piste and the resort to fully operate. However i ve been there few years ago and it was excellent!!! Back then the snow was above meter so thats why i kind of stressed out...

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7,163 posts
73 reviews
3. Re: Snow conditions

Watch webcams and all lifts are running.

Vienna, Austria
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for Vienna, Austria, Innsbruck
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29 reviews
4. Re: Snow conditions

It's still six weeks to your vacation, so do not worry about the availabilty and quality of snow. It is not like snow only comes once at the beginning of the season and then it is over. Mother Hulda won't forget Ischgl and deliver more snow soon. You find the latest snow reports on the website of Ischgl Tourism.


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