Date: March 22, 2015
Snow report of the 2015 ski season
Last week was another great ski-touring week, skiing long alpine lines and super powder. All groups got to enjoy the grand hut to hut skiing. Enjoying the beautiful Durrand Glacier scenery and a big part of the endless and impressive alpine terrain.
The weather was mixed. We had several days of blue sky and sun, then we also got some wind and towards the end of the week snow storms. This gave all guests a perfect mix of skiing in the alpine and in the higher areas of the trees.
Amongst the best runs of the week: Ruth Glacier, Innominata Ridge, Graham Glacier, Zwilling's Glacier, Centrale Peak direct into Centrale Glacier East, Centrale Glacier South, Durrand Glacier, Forbidden Glacier, North Face Glacier, Allalin Glacier direct into the Durrand Bowl, Morning Glory, Boogie Basin to Missing Jack etc.
It definitely was a fun week with inspiring ski-guests and friends.
Keep on skiing, lots of untouched powder at Durrand, and it keeps coming
Have fun in the powder.
IFMGA Mountain Guide / SME
elevation 1946 m (tree-line)
|310 cm to 340 cm - powder, fast and fun skiing, very strong snowpack.|
|Empire Lake Chalet
elevation 2118 m (lower alpine)
|approximately 470 cm - powder, fast and fun skiing, very strong snowpack.|
|Mt. Moloch Chalet
elevation 2205 m (lower alpine)
|480 cm to approximately 700 cm - powder, fast and fun skiing, very strong snowpack.|
above elevation 2500 m
|450 cm to approximately 700 cm - an endless canvas of powder, overlaying a strongly bonding and very deep snowpack.|
SME Ski-Programs, 2015:
|Durrand Glacier: Ski Season, Canada||We still have some openings during the month of April for the traditional Classic SME Ski Program, the Relaxed Pace SME Skiing program, the Canadian Haute Route (hut to hut to hut skiing) and the Steep Skiing program. Please contact our office for available dates.|
|European Alps:||Both programs, Bernina - Toedi and the Berner Oberland are sold out.|