best kept secret.
Dolomites and all Southern Alps resorts are having a record year for snow.
Food in Italy is yummier and cheaper. Some resorts are boasting more than 20 feet on top (not accumulated, but actually measuring) and as much as 16 feet at the base. To get to the Dolomites, it is a short 90 minute train ride from Innsbruck.
Italy is having an epic season. Don't miss it.
Sure, St. Anton is great, snow is OK, but running below average about snow, plus they seem to be plagued with these warm fronts, with high winds, followed by a cold front, making snow conditions a bit odd, frozen slush.
Sadly, Salzburg area, closer to where you are at, is even more dramatic this year showing several live reports of grassy green slopes in Feb!!!
If you want to get off the beaten path, consider Slovenia, also boasting record snow falls this year.
I believe there are (night) trains from Vienna - Venice, which pass right through some great resorts. Book your trains on the German train site, Bahn.de as it always seems to have the best price, or you can try treinitalia.
Also of special note, the glacier skiing in Austria is open mostly until the 1st of June, thought I expect the glaciers in the snow-drought areas may close earlier this year. But Stubaier Glacier, which is less than an hour from Innsbruck should be OK until the June 1st.
I suppose there are more websites that do this, but on the dutch site, wintersporters.nl they have a snow depth ranking, and a handy clever map that you can zoom in on and click away to trail maps, snow depth and more. Especially for short day trips, it's fun to explore the off the beaten path for smaller resorts, and hidden gems - there are quite a few.