Winter: Ski-Cams around the World

Good old web site Earthcam.com has a section with ski cams around the world online.

The selection is a bit limited, but for the most popular ski resorts a link to the web cam page(s) is included. You will find sections for the USA, Canada and Europe.


Click on the image for the jump

link to earthcam.com: Ski-cams 2006






















Update 28-Dec-2006 02:45:
The web site SnowEye.com has more than 3,400 web cams around the world broken down into sections by continent, country and region.

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