Snow report for Ischgl/Samnaun

120 cm
Mountain (2320 m)
30 cm
Valley (1400 m)
130 cm
Mountain (2250 m)
40 cm
Valley (1840 m)
Snow condition: Powder snow
Recent snowfall: 23.02.2024

Snow report

  Natural snow Fresh snow (23.02.2024)
Idalp 2,320 m 120 cm 15 cm
Ischgl 1,400 m 30 cm 10 cm
Samnaun Dorf 1,840 m 40 cm 10 cm
Alp Trida 2,250 m 130 cm 20 cm


Measurement of snow depth in Ischgl

Snow depth is information regarding the absolute depth of snow coverage at a specified location (Source: Wikipedia).

Snow depths in Ischgl are measured daily at first light by our avalanche commission and the details are then released.

Snow is subject to specific factors, including temperature, wind, its own weight, transformation into snow crystals etc., natural settlement. For this reason snow depths do not automatically rise, in spite of fresh snow.

Conversely, wind-driven processes, even on a small-scale in open terrain, may also cause enormous thick snow coverage to build up, far beyond any fresh snow levels.

The current fresh snow amounts from the preceding day can be found in the FRESH SNOW column.

Status valley runs Ischgl and Samnaun

nr.: 1 - Idalp - middle station Silvrettabahn A1
nr.: 1a - valley run - Pardatschgrat
nr.: 1. - middle station Silvrettabahn A1 - Ischgl
nr.: 60 - Alp Trida - Samnaun Compatsch
nr.: 80 - piste to samnaun village
nr.: 80a - Samnaun valley – valley station Ravaisch
Last update:

A ski day on the 239 kilometres of slopes at the Silvretta Arena needs to be well-planned. If you don’t want to leave anything up to chance, you should always check the current avalanche warnings for Ischgl before hitting the slopes.

Important: Especially those who prefer to ski off-slope should stay up to date on the current avalanche warnings before heading out into the free terrain.