Overview for research
Europeans from every country love to ski, but the Dutch have an outsize love for the slopes. They descend en masse on Alpine resorts, most of them Austrian, like Gerlos, Westendorf, Kirchberg, Sankt Anton and Ischgl. In 2012, while the country was still struggling with recession, nearly 900.000 -out of a population of almost 17 million- spend one or more winter holidays in the snow. This winter season, well over 1.1 million Dutch people are expected to enjoy the snow, and the bitter cold of the …
Written by skiweather on Friday March 9, 2018
There's a huge amount of first-rate ski holiday advice and information out there. If you're planning on making the most of the snow and heading to the Alps this winter, it's worth persuing these websites for short-term ski condition and snow forecasts.
If you ask wintersport enthusiasts what they consider to be the leading wintersport website in Europe the majority (55%) say it's Snow-forecast.com. We at Skiweather.eu were very curious to find out if that is true. Last year we addressed a …
Written by skiweather on Wednesday March 15, 2017
The majority of wintersport enthousiast rely on third party resources for snowreports when arranging a ski holiday. Nowadays there are many wintersport and weather websites listing snowdepth and snowconditions for the most popular skiresorts.
While the effort of listing snowdata in itself is a good thing. The question is whether the quality of the data is keeping pace with this general development. Many people presume that data published on the internet is a guarantee of it’s quality.
Written by skiweather on Saturday January 12, 2013