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  1. #18276
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    Bit sketchy here on the North and East aspects. Sunny pow was fun

  2. #18277
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    Hello European friends!! I hope you're all doing well. I wanted to reach out and see if anyone has any helpful links for mountain weather / snow conditions in the Salzburg/Berchtesgaden area. I'll be visiting my grandparents in Berchtesgaden from 15 December - 25 December and would love to get some touring in with my girlfriend if possible. I do speak German, so no need for any info to be in English. Any resources that may be helpful would be greatly appreciated!

  3. #18278
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    Quote Originally Posted by CMartin348 View Post
    Hello European friends!! I hope you're all doing well. I wanted to reach out and see if anyone has any helpful links for mountain weather / snow conditions in the Salzburg/Berchtesgaden area. I'll be visiting my grandparents in Berchtesgaden from 15 December - 25 December and would love to get some touring in with my girlfriend if possible. I do speak German, so no need for any info to be in English. Any resources that may be helpful would be greatly appreciated!
    https://www.powderguide.com/
    https://www.hotelechobadgastein.com/
    Merde De Glace On the Freak When Ski
    >>>200 cm Black Bamboo Sidewalled DPS Lotus 120 : Best Skis Ever <<<

  4. #18279
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    Thanks so much!

  5. #18280
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    Avalanche Bulletin Bavaria.
    https://www.lawinenwarndienst-bayern...art_winter.php

    And Salzburg
    https://lawine.salzburg.at/
    And I've heard powderguide.com has the best powder alerts
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  6. #18281
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    Measuring stations all over Austria And border region in Germany
    Click on Austria and zoom in for stations and Click on station for data.
    www.lawis.at
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  7. #18282
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    Quote Originally Posted by subtle plague View Post
    They opened. It's good.Attachment 395306
    It was very touchy above 2000m. Weak deep layer....
    Check the little dot in the second picture....
    Well, turns out my ABS Pack is still functional after all these years.
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    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  8. #18283
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    Yikes! Biggest danger I handled today where the masses of people at the ski hill. Every damn ski club from Oberstdorf to Weilheim. Took two laps and bailed for home. Tomorrow morning will be crickets.

  9. #18284
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    what tha fuck are you doing man!!!

    the most funny powderalerts should remain. it is a constant in winter in need.

    stay safe
    "I have been coming from mountain to mountain and sometimes you feel like, you are fucked, but when you say you are actually fucked, you are only what 45% fucked." NIRMAL PURJA

  10. #18285
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    Yeah going into the couloir wasn't the smartest thing. But the rocks you see in the second picture Held no snow before the slide. It was a small pocket in the couloir, not the whole face.
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  11. #18286
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    That run whose name starts with an "L"?
    Merde De Glace On the Freak When Ski
    >>>200 cm Black Bamboo Sidewalled DPS Lotus 120 : Best Skis Ever <<<

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    Yeah.
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

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    Yikes. Spookballz.
    Merde De Glace On the Freak When Ski
    >>>200 cm Black Bamboo Sidewalled DPS Lotus 120 : Best Skis Ever <<<

  14. #18289
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    Quote Originally Posted by subtle plague View Post
    It was very touchy above 2000m. Weak deep layer....
    Check the little dot in the second picture....
    Well, turns out my ABS Pack is still functional after all these years.
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    Jeez! Glad you’re ok

  15. #18290
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    OMG! relieved you came out ok. We played it a bit safer on Friday, snow was really fluffy!

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  16. #18291
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    Alrighty, one more question. Our first stop is the Dolomites on the way to family in Berchtesgaden. I'm having a difficult time finding information if Pistenskitouren are allowed or not in the Val Gardena / Seiser Alm / Alp de Suisi resort area. Anyone have any tips? Thanks!

  17. #18292
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    Snow cannon are running flat out - pistes are pisted



    But mother nature has also delivered



    Sorry somone had to make tracks in it.



    There is still some untouched

    Knowledge is Powder

  18. #18293
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    The view across the lake today is snowy. Even the Jura is looking good.

    To bad lifts are only running verbier today- also that weak layer is looking spooooky.

    Weekend should be good!

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  19. #18294
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    Quote Originally Posted by CMartin348 View Post
    Alrighty, one more question. Our first stop is the Dolomites on the way to family in Berchtesgaden. I'm having a difficult time finding information if Pistenskitouren are allowed or not in the Val Gardena / Seiser Alm / Alp de Suisi resort area. Anyone have any tips? Thanks!

    I tried to figure this out. It seems it is forbidden if not explicitly allowed by the local resort. The alpine club had some overview of the possibilities but it seams dead by covid since last winter (https://alpenverein.it/unterwegs/ber.../pistentouren/).

    ...so better ask the local tourist info, they will be able to check for you. But be a bit careful so you don't get fined.

  20. #18295
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Don't Surf View Post
    The view across the lake today is snowy. Even the Jura is looking good.

    To bad lifts are only running verbier today- also that weak layer is looking spooooky.

    Weekend should be good!

    Sent from my M2101K6G using Tapatalk
    Was fabulous today despite only Chaux Express open. Saturday will be orgasmic if the sun shines and a bit more opens

  21. #18296
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobinch View Post
    Was fabulous today despite only Chaux Express open. Saturday will be orgasmic if the sun shines and a bit more opens
    I'm sure it was excellent!

    I would have sprung for a day ticket but I could only manage a half day.

    Will probably be at ovronnaz tomorrow.

    Hope things will be able to stabilize. Probably need it to warm up quite a bit for everything to bind up nice a good for the rest of the season.

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  22. #18297
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    Does anybody have experience skiing in Benasque, Spain? If so, how is it?

    Also, Val d'Aran looks pretty cool. Anybody know of anywhere cheap to stay in that area?

    Any other Pyrenee recommendations would be greatly appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeoK View Post
    I tried to figure this out. It seems it is forbidden if not explicitly allowed by the local resort. The alpine club had some overview of the possibilities but it seams dead by covid since last winter (https://alpenverein.it/unterwegs/ber.../pistentouren/).

    ...so better ask the local tourist info, they will be able to check for you. But be a bit careful so you don't get fined.
    Thanks so much for your help with this. I'll ask the local tourist offices... or maybe Austria will be open and I can just run up there.

  24. #18299
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    Quote Originally Posted by P.A.B.C. View Post
    Does anybody have experience skiing in Benasque, Spain? If so, how is it?

    Also, Val d'Aran looks pretty cool. Anybody know of anywhere cheap to stay in that area?

    Any other Pyrenee recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
    If you like to ski couloirs, bareges in France is fantastic.

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  25. #18300
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    Today a slide took a Fourteen year old down in Tirol. 2 other Teenager severely hurt in the same slide.

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