By Sam Collentine, Meteorologist Posted 3 years ago March 29, 2021

Southern Hemisphere Ski Resorts

We are excited to announce that ski resort locations in Argentina, Chile, Australia, and New Zealand are now available on OpenSnow. Each location includes hourly and daily forecasts, along with estimated snow reports, mountain cams, trail maps, and much more.

View → Southern Hemisphere Ski Resorts

Upon initial load of any individual ski resort screen, we provide a quick snow forecast summary graph and value for expected snowfall over the next 5 days, followed by the next 6-10 days, under the 'Forecast' tab.

The next section is labeled as '5-Day Hourly Forecast'. Free users can see 6 hours of the hourly data, while All-Access subscribers can see the next 5 days. In the OpenSnow app, click the 'Full Hourly Forecast' button to view the hourly data.

Further down any location screen under the 'Forecast' tab, you will find the 1-10 day snow forecast under the section titled '10-Day Forecast'. Tap the 'Full 10-Day Forecast' button in the OpenSnow app to view the same data, including:

  • Chance of Precipitation
  • Day & Night Snow Forecast
  • Day & Night Snow Level
  • Daily High & Low Temperature
  • Hourly Temperature
  • Hourly Wind Speed
  • Hourly Wind Gust
  • Hourly Cloud Cover %

Looking for the latest 'Snow Report', 'Cams', 'Trail Maps', and 'Mountain Info'? Simply tap each tab at the top of the screen and scroll through to find the latest updates.

Use the links below to view the forecast and estimated snow reports for popular ski resorts in Argentina, Chile, Australia, and New Zealand:

Portillo, Chile

Las Leñas, Argentina

Perisher, Australia

Coronet Peak, New Zealand

Questions? Send an email to [email protected] and we'll respond within 24 hours. You can also visit our Support Center to view frequently asked questions and feature guides.

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Sam Collentine


Sam Collentine is the Chief Operating Officer of OpenSnow and lives in Basalt, Colorado. Before joining OpenSnow, he studied Atmospheric Science at the University of Colorado, spent time at Channel 7 News in Denver, and at the National Weather Service in Boulder.

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