Warth Schroecken
Skigebiet Warth-Schröcken

Snowreport.

Here you’ll find the latest data to allow you to perfectly plan your day’s skiing!

Nestled among Bregenz Forest, Allgäu and Lechtal Alps at an altitude of between 1,260 and 2,800 meters and numerous north-facing slopes, Warth-Schröcken am Arlberg is known as the “skiing area with the most natural snow in the Alps”. Those who dare venture beyond the pistes and want to enjoy pristine powder snow slopes, should know how to move about safely in the open terrain and be familiar with high alpine hazards. Here you can find information about the snow texture and avalanche situation.

Warth-Schröcken

Current avalanche risk

4 - high avalanche danger level

Snowpack stability
The snowpack is poorly bonded on most steep slopes. (steeper than 30 degrees).

Likelihood of triggering
Triggering is likely, even from low additional loads, on many steep slopes (steeper than 30 degrees). In some cases, numerous large and often very large natural avalanches can be expected.

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Current snowreport Warth-Schröcken

Last updated on05.02.2023 08:18:42

Snowheight

Snowheight mountain

145 cm

Snowheight valley

105 cm

Fresh snow

Fresh snow

5 cm

Last snowfall

04.02.2023

4

Avalanche Level

Level

4

Tendency

keine

Temperatures

min. Temperature

-12 °C

max. Temperature

-4 °C

Current snowreport Lech-Zürs

Last updated on02.02.2023 10:49:26

Snowheight

Snowheight mountain

150 cm

Snowheight valley

75 cm

Fresh snow

Fresh snow

10 cm

Last snowfall

02.02.2023

Liftstate

All lifts

37

Open lifts

32

Temperatures

min. Temperature

-12 °C

max. Temperature

-4 °C

Current snowreport St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben

Last updated on02.02.2023 10:49:26

Snowheight

Snowheight mountain

155 cm

Snowheight valley

50 cm

Fresh snow

Fresh snow

25 cm

Last snowfall

02.02.2023

Liftstate

All lifts

38

Open lifts

22

Temperatures

min. Temperature

-12 °C

max. Temperature

-4 °C

Total fallen snowfall per season (in meters)

  • Peak - 16,49 Meter (1998/99)
  • Negative record - 5,50 Meter (2006/07)

Likelihood of triggering
Triggering is likely, even from low additional loads, on many steep slopes (steeper than 30 degrees). In some cases, numerous large and often very large natural avalanches can be expected.

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Please note the current traffic situation

  • L200 Bregenzerwald
  • B198 Reutte
  • L198 Lech
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