Snow Report 26 June 2012 - Australia & New Zealand


Mt Hotham
Snow Depth: 69-82cms
Mt Hotham has opened the wonderful Heavenly Valley area after the weekend's fantastic snowstorm bringing a good deal of terrain online before the school holidays. The Drift area will also be open for this weekend and another decent snowfall would open the Orchard area. Good place to be, considering we're still in June.
Mt Hotham [Source: Mt Hotham Facebook Page]

Falls Creek
Snow Depth: 57cms
Falls Creek has managed to open up more intermediate runs after the storm, including all of the back (Sun Valley) to Ruined Castle Chair except for Lakeside Poma. This is a good deal of intermediate terrain. Another good snowfall would also open the advanced runs on the Summit.

Mt Buller
Snow Depth: 22-60cms
The storm meant Buller was able to open intermediate skiing around Wombat and Summit Chairs and quickly get some good skiing quickly available after the slow start. More snowfalls this weekend could open Standard and Howqua.


Mt Lyford
Snow Depth: 75-90cms

Snow Depth: 30-70cms
Porters is now open, but has had to close a few times already due to the heavy winds over the last week.

Mt Hutt
Snow Depth: 95-100cms
More snow for Mt Hutt in the past 24 hours continues the good, early start, but wild weather has limited open days.

Cardrona [Source: Cardrona Facebook page]
Snow Depth: 70-100cms

Treble Cone
Snow Depth: 75-80cms
Suddenly a storm, and suddenly Treble Cone has a heap of snow and will open in a few days.

Snow Depth: 65cms
Cardrona has opened the Captains area (by far the most fun area at this ski area) this week, and is considering Valley View after the storm, so everything is on track.

Coronet Peak
Snow Depth: 45-65cms
A foot of snow yesterday adding to the great snowmaking has boosted Queenstown's Coronet Peak.

The Remarkables
Snow Depth: 45-55cms

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