Snow Report - Val d'Isere

Lady in blue jacket. Lady in blue jacket.
Skiier trying not to fall over. Skiier trying not to fall over.
Group of skiers walking back to resort in snowing conditions. Group of skiers walking back to resort in snowing conditions.
Snowboarder trying to stay up. Snowboarder trying to stay up.
Skiers walking across piste. Skiers walking across piste.

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Thursday the 8th of December was a good early season day in for both of France’s mountain ranges. The best conditions are undoubtedly around the Southern Alps, which benefited most from the second dump of the season that occurred towards the end of November. Resorts like Serre Chevalier (0/145cm) (opened today), Montgenevre (70/180cm), Vars (25/110cm) and Isola 2000 (30/100cm) have slope in good condition, though off-piste is variable and certainly not fresh. Great skiing also on offer in Tignes (40/140cm) and Val d’Isere (5/140cm), as well as Val Thorens (60/135cm). It’s a hot day all over France, so don’t forget your sun cream, a bottle of water and a couple of bananas to keep you going.


Snow report for Thursday 08 December 2016
Fresh Snow Depth 85cm
Snow Depth on Upper Pistes 140cm
Snow Depth on Lower Pistes 5cm
Last Snowed 25 November 2016
Conditions of the Pistes Best up high
Conditions of Runs to Resort Fair
Off Piste Conditions Best up high
Number of Open Lifts 48/79
Weather Conditions: Clear skies providing great views
Piste Conditions: The best conditions can be found on the upper slopes

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