Deep Days – Snow Round-up 1st May

Deep Days - Snow Round-up 1st May

Photo: Oskar Enander

What a weekend!

The storm that delivered the deepest days of the season couldn’t have arrived at a better time. We are not sure if it was the lack of snow during the previous months that made it all so much more enjoyable or if it was actually the deepest days in a couple of years. Some say it was – and the other ones don’t know what they’re talking about. It was AWESOME and we all had trouble finding steep enough slopes to keep us floating. The snow was so deep that you would get stuck if you didn’t find tracks to speed up a bit.

We had Fischer Sport Alpine in the house for ski testing and freeriding. They all arrived on Friday and held a free ski test on the mountain together with Titlis Sport at the Trübsee station. For us it was great to let our guests test the skis and understand why we like them so much. A very happy end to an otherwise ok season.

The next couple of days we are keeping busy with arranging a wedding and a birthday party. For now, the weather report looks promising with some 20cm of fresh snow until Friday, so we just might squeeze in some skiing:)

Don’t miss out on the last powder! Get the last available rooms for the week here.

Hard Facts:

Snow depth Mountain (Slope, 3.020m): 320 cm
Snow depth Location (1.050m): 50 cm
Snow condition: Powder, partially wet
Latest snow fall: Today 01.05.17
Avalanche alert level: Significant

Weather and Conditions:

Photo: @Josharpee

Photo: @JosharpeePhoto: Oskar Enander

Photo: Oskar Enander

// Ski Lodge Team

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