First Powder Skiing – Snow Report Engelberg 19th Nov

Mattias hargin eating powder for breakfast on monday the 18th of November in Engelberg.

52cm of snow richer in a week!

Last weekend we had the perfect reopening of the glacier pistes on Mt.Titlis and we could do the first carving turns between Stand 2450m and Trübsee 1800m. Coverage of snow was is still a bit weak outside of the pistes, and hidden rocks made it quite interesting. Supporting your local businesses in terms of ski service turned out to be a very easy task. 😉

The most unexpected that happened this weekend was actually not during the weekend. It did start on Sunday – the snowing. But the result was way over our expectations. On Monday morning we could wake up to a bright sun and 30 cm of fresh powder sprinkled all over the mountain. What a way to start the week huh!

The upcoming week promises some good weather for our sport – not so cold temperatures and glimpses of sun.

First Powder Skiing – Snow Report Engelberg 19th Nov

Ski Calendar

  • 23rd November – 6th December – Brunni might open on weekends for skiing if we have enough snow.
  • Between 3rd – 12th December – Jochpass
  • 6th December – New Engstlen 6-seat chairlift opens! Yay!

Hard Facts

Snow depth Mountain (slope, 3.020m): 132 cm
Snow depth Village (1.050m): 30
Snow condition: Powder
Latest snowfall: 17th November
Avalanche alert level: 3 – see bulletin.

Weather and Conditions

PSSST. Knowledge is key!

IF you for some reason didn’t see this episode by Mattias Hargin (Photo on the top) Here is a small reminder to go have a look.

The episode was filmed on location in Engelberg in the mid of October 2019 and addresses the difficulties with skiing on glaciers and the safety preparations you can do as a skier before you head off-piste. It is a good reminder and an educational piece of art Filmed by Tim Forsström Jacobsson. Photos around this project can be found on Mattias as well as photographer Anton Enerlövs Instagram accounts.

// Ski Lodge Team

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