Weather forecasts are predicting yet more snow for the top of Gemsstock, which sits at just under 3000m.
25 April 2014
22 April 2014
The skiing area of Sedrun / Oberalp closed yesterday for this ski season. It will reopen at around December, possibly with a new ski lift.
|One of the slow 4-man chairlifts which run from Val Val.|
15 April 2014
Rossbodenstock is a mountain between Gemsstock, Nätschen, and Oberalp. Could a new ski area on this mountain be achieved?
|Rossbodenstock could be used for skiing.|
13 April 2014
The Disentis skiing area lies just above Sedrun, even though the villages themselves are a fair distance along the valley. Would a new connection be a new way of expanding the resorts, and open up new opportunities?
|The Disentis skiing area.|
12 April 2014
Even more sunny weather has been forecasted for the coming week, according to weather reports. There has been a lot of sunny weather in Andermatt recently, although this is not surprising at this time of the year.
11 April 2014
The current Dieni - Milez chairlift was installed in 1994. It is a 4-man detachable (high speed) chairlift, and it is capable of transporting up to 2400 people up the mountain per hour, when all of the chairs are placed on the line.
|The Dieni - Milez chairlift, with Milez (foreground) and parts of Sedrun (background).|
7 April 2014
The majority of Sedrun / Oberalp has been forced shut, due to the warm temperatures melting the snow. The only things which remain open now, are the T-bar at Oberalppass, and the first chairlift from Val Val.
|The ski area at Sedrun / Oberalp.|
5 April 2014
The village run on Gemsstock has now closed. The snow has been rapidly melting in Andermatt, recently, with very little snow left in the village.
|The village run on Gemsstock, when it is covered in snow.|
1 April 2014
Winterhorn was a small skiing area, which was shut down in 2008. Located in Hospental, this mountain was not particularly interesting, but has large potential to be developed, should it reopen.
|Winterhorn, as seen from Andermatt.|