Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Where To Ski and Snowboard In The Alps In November?

is the leading country for November skiing with the Hintertux, Pitztal, Sölden, Kaprun's Kitzsteinhorn, Dachstein, Molltal, Stubai and the Kaunertal glaciers already open.
Obergurgl has announced they will open for the 2017-18 ski season on November 16th.
On 25 November 2017, the most successful songstress in German chart-history Andrea Berg kicks off the winter season in Ischgl with the legendary Top of the Mountain Concert.
Kitzbuhel has started winter season on October 14th. Kitzbühel was thus the first non-glacier ski resort to start the winter operation thanks to the snow stockpiled from last season, spread back out on the slopes.

In Switzerland, Saas-Fee (Blog Editor's picture attached), Zermatt (always open), EngelbergGlacier 3000 above Les Diablerets and The Diavolezza Glacier near St. Moritz have their glaciers open for snow sports.
On Saturday, the 4th of November 2017, Laax will start the pre-season operation on the Vorab.
Davos Klosters has announced they will open at Parsenn on November 4th. If weather conditions are good, Parsenn will open the following weekend as well.

In Italy, glacier ski areas Val SenalesCervinia and Passo Stelvio are open. 

In France, with Les 2 Alpes deciding not to open due to limited snow cover on its glacier, Tignes, which has been open since the end of September, is the only ski area open in France at the moment.

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