Posted byEllie Robertson on
Last Updated 21st May 2019 at 3:23 pm
Our snow report is another exciting one. If you plan to travel with us this Saturday you are in for a treat! If you’re not travelling with us for a few more weeks – fear not – the snow won’t go. In fact, all of the early-season powder will only help to create a nice snowy base layer. This layer will help build the foundations of great skiing conditions, as well as the building blocks for another great Ski Famille season.
Below is our latest snow report for each of our resorts. Put simply, the early season snow has proven to not be a one-off!
With more snow expected to continue to fall in the New Year, the weather looks promising for a successful season in Les Gets, La Plagne and Les Menuires (containing our resorts Les Bruyeres and Reberty).
For any of our guests travelling to our resorts this weekend, be aware that this heavy snow may cause travel delays and disruption (especially in the busiest areas of the Northern French Alps). Our resort teams and transfer partners have adapted their plans and will do their all to minimise disruption. If you are driving to the mountains this weekend, you’re definitely going to need snow chains!
Weather information has been taken from j2ski.
In case you missed it
Snow Forecast announced the news we all wanted to hear. According to their data, overall, this year is officially the snowiest start to the season in the Alps in 21 years.
Another snow record gets broken… this time for La Plagne and Les Menuires! Last Thursday (21st December), La Plagne had recorded the deepest snow in all of France with a whopping 270 cm according to La Chaine Météo. Second place was occupied by Les Menuires – home to our resorts of Les Bruyeres and Reberty.