Awesome August keeps firing

August 25th, 2010

August, which has been dubbed ‘Awesome August’ by many snow goers, is continuing to provide fantastic fresh falls which we haven’t seen for a number of years. All of the main ski resorts across Victoria and New South Wales are recording major snow falls which is now proving critical to the success of the 2010 season. It seems ‘Awesome August’ should also be known as ‘August The Deliverer’ following the spiteful falls throughout June/July. Read more »

What? Snow on the way?

July 12th, 2010

Well it certainly hasn’t been the best start to a season so far but by no means it’s all lost and with a strong cold front approaching the question on everyone’s mind is will this be the first decent dump for season 2010. Read more »

Snowatch Forecast Not Looking Great

June 15th, 2010

Well after a very late arrival of snow for the 2010 winter season, most resorts were able to get some lifts turning for opening weekend first turns. Read more »

Weekly Snow Forecast with Snowatch

May 31st, 2010

With under 2 weeks til season 2010 officially kicks you might be wondering where the white stuff is. Old man winter seems to be missing his own show. But don’t take my word on it, here is what seasoned snow forecaster Pete ‘The Frog’ Taylor of Snowatch reported:

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Snow Storms Hit NZ

May 25th, 2010

Coronet Peak’s Snowsports School staff are getting out and about in the new snow today – and are keeping nice and snug in their brand new uniforms!

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Weekly Snow Forecast from Snowatch

May 18th, 2010

Well we can certainly feel the mornings are getting colder but what does that mean for the oncoming of snow in our alpine resorts? For the latest long range outlook we turn to seasoned snow forecaster Pete ‘the Frog’ Taylor of

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More Snow Forecast For Today

May 10th, 2010

Well it seems the warm Autumn days are finally behind us with a cold front passing most of Victoria and Southern NSW over the coming days bring some snow to the Alpine and Snowy Mountains regions.

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