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Last Updated 30th December 2019 at 1:06 pm

It’s nearly a month to go until the start of the ski season and the snow couldn’t be better. Despite only being November, our resorts have had an unseasonable amount of snowfall for this time of year. This early season powder is essential in creating a nice ‘base layer’ for great skiing conditions later on in the season… and early signs are looking very promising!


Les Bruyeres & Reberty 2000

Current conditions in our are fantastic in our 3 Valleys resorts when you consider we are only halfway through November. A further 25cm of powder is expected this week too.

See the forecast for yourselves here or view the resorts and surrounding areas in the recent photos below.

Current conditions in Les Bruyeres (3 Valleys). Photo captured by the nearby Les Menuires tourist board.

Another stunning photo from the Les Menuires tourist board, near to our resorts of Les Bruyeres and Reberty 2000.


La Plagne

The snow in La Plagne is very impressive right now. Just like Les Bruyeres and Reberty 2000, La Plagne is also due a further 25cm of snow this week.

View the forecast here or scroll down for recent snowy photos of the resort and surrounding Paradiski area.

A fresh blanket of snow near our resort of Plagne 1800. Photo captured by the La Plagne tourist board.

More fresh, untouched powder in the Paradiski ski area.


Les Gets

Les Gets looks stunning in the snow. A further 13cm is expected this week too.

See the forecast for yourselves here or view the recent snowy photos below.

Stunning photo from one of our resort staff in magical Les Gets.

Misty and mysterious Les Gets.

We even have a snow update from Dave (one of our chalet staff in Les Gets)…


Experience the early season snow for yourselves by taking advantage of our family skiing offers or enquire on 01252 365 495.

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