Powder Alert # 3 is in effect from Thursday November 30th until Monday December 4th. But where to go? Not all ski areas are open yet, but we've made a list for you where the lifts will be running the next couple of days and where the base is good. Remember that it is still early season and there are three risks that you have to take into account:
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Check out the list of ski areas that are open or will open soon below. There's a good base in these resorts and they'll get snow the next 48 hours. Click on the link to go to the resort page for a more detailed weather forecast, webcams, the local avalanche forecast and accommodation options.
The resorts close to the Hohe Tauern already had a good amount of snow and more snow is expected on Thursday. The snow cover is still pretty thin in the resorts at lower altitudes.
The conditions aren't as good in Tyrol as the are in the other regions (except on the glaciers and St. Anton am Arlberg). Fieberbrunn could be an option, but the snow cover is still pretty thin.