snow dance

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DougR posted Jan-2017

Ok guys and gals. Don't know if you can target your snow dances, but if you can, can you put a hold on Austria please.
currently in Obertauern and enough is enough. Too deep and zero viz. Same in Skiwelt apparently.
could be worse though, could be at work.

Skied: On snow, On water, On mud, On slush, On ice. Oh, and on a few dry slopes.

Jimbobilini
reply to 'snow dance'
posted Jan-2017

You really shouldn't complain Obertauern isn't the best place to be when it is dumping down! Retire to Luerzer Alm and enjoy the Schlager music

Dave Mac
reply to 'snow dance'
posted Jan-2017

Scandal! There is no such thing as too much snow! The J2Ski snow dance section has performed well! Heaps better than Strictly!

I will arrive in Niederau on Friday, and be in the Skiwelt/Kitzbuhel area Sunday to Tuesday, and several days later in the week.

What a great start to the season!

Meloneill7962
reply to 'snow dance'
posted Jan-2017

Any snow predicted for Alta Badia?

NIIIXSY
reply to 'snow dance'
posted Jan-2017

I've just come across this article it's a tad worrying lets do that snow dance!


[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4101478/Thousands-holidays-Alps-face-ruined-region-declared-drought-zone-forcing-resorts-switch-snow-cannonsd.html

DougR
reply to 'snow dance'
posted Jan-2017

Still hammering down here in Obertauern. Can't even see buildings on other side of the road, so no point in even trying the slopes. There is such a thing as too much.
Skied: On snow, On water, On mud, On slush, On ice. Oh, and on a few dry slopes.

Wanderer
reply to 'snow dance'
posted Jan-2017

NIIIXSY wrote:I've just come across this article it's a tad worrying lets do that snow dance!


[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4101478/Thousands-holidays-Alps-face-ruined-region-declared-drought-zone-forcing-resorts-switch-snow-cannonsd.html

i think somebody else has already clarified that the article may be a bit misleading in that it refers to access to public water supplies. Apparently, most of the big resorts have their own reservoirs and so are not dependent on public water supplies. In any event, given the current snow falls, this fear has probably been overtaken by events (thankfully).

NIIIXSY
reply to 'snow dance'
posted Jan-2017

Yes big snow falls at the moment in loads of resorts I've been looking at webcams today with great interest getting excited for the season ahead

Topic last updated on 14-January-2017 at 00:20

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