The Ski Club of Great Britain says that both Zermatt and Saas Fee have seen 30cm of snow fall in just one night while Val Thorens in France has had 35cm.
What does SCoGB stand for?
SCoGB stands for Ski Club Of Great Britain (UK)
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The announcement comes as the Ski Club of Great Britain reported that its Consumer Research 2013, covering 21,000 respondents, found that 95 percent of people that skied last season intend to ski in 2013-2014.
The Ski Club Snow Report app from the Ski Club of Great Britain (free on iOS) is straightforward, and it covers 44 resorts in Europe and North America.
SKI operators are looking to boost the market in the run-up to Christmas Ski Club of Great Britain figures show up to 25% fewer skiers taking ski holidays than when numbers peaked in 2008.
The Ski Club of Great Britain cautioned that eastern Europe was less suitable for skilled adult skiers.
Last winter, says the Ski Club of Great Britain, around 78,400 skiers from Britain went by train.
Around 44 per cent of skiers and boarders wear helmets," says Betony Garner, a spokesperson for the Ski Club of Great Britain.
So, anyway, our hero risks going off piste in zero visibility - not the brightest thing to do - but does take the precaution of having some pals along from the Ski Club of Great Britain.