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So you enjoy the ski pistes we invest 28,000 hours every year in servicing the pistes and carry out more than 200 hours of preparatory work every day. Get information in advance about the current piste status.
Ski slopes-snow height on the mountain
Depth of natural snow mountainside
Ski slopes-snow height in the valley
Snow height in the valley
How, when and where do we measure the depth of our snow?
Our 31 high-tech snow groomers send measuring data with GPS co-ordinates every day, which provides very precise information on the snow depth on our slopes.
Slope snow depth = the total depth of natural plus artificial snow on our ski runs.
Slope snow depth/mountain = an average of all the GPS measuring data collected every day on our slopes in the ski area that are over 1,600m above sea level.
Slope snow depth/valley = an average of all the GPS measuring data collected every day on our slopes in the ski resort around the valley stations (up to 100 metres above)
Natural snow depth/mountain: an automatic measuring station on the Schwarzkogel mountain (snowreporter.com) provides the latest data every day from 1,700m above sea level. (Note: snow drifts can influence measuring data!)