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Val d'Isere Snow Report & Forecast

Discover the latest Val d'Isere snow conditions

Ana Hernández, Val d'Isere Editor | Published

Sadly, the ski season in Val d'Isere has been cut short quite abruptly due to the Coronavirus crisis but we wanted to give it the farewell it deserves.

Luckily, we can ski in Val d'Isere in the summer. The glacier usually open for skiers and snowboarders from early June to mid-July so that's only three months from now! The team at is working hard to get everything ready for the summer season – keep an eye on our site for the latest information from Val d'Isere.

Summer is a wonderful time in the mountains, with plenty of things to do as well as skiing, including hiking, mountain biking, cycling, mountaineering, sightseeing or just relaxing in a spa or sunbathing on a bar's terrace. And, of course, the snow will return to the slopes of Val d'Isere next winter and we'll all be able to shred all the Val d'Isere pistes again.

So, goodbye for now and see you here in a few months!

Ski Area Snow Conditions

View detailed Val d'Isere lift status

Snow Report & Scheduled Opening On The Ski Area

Last Update 28/02/2021 16:36

Weather/snow Info

Station - 1800 M

Weather : Morning -1°C / Afternoon °C Wind: 0 km/h -

Snow : Base: 110 cm - Quality: UNDEFINED Rain-Snow Limit: m Last Snowfall 13/02/2021 - 0 cm

Altitude - 3000 M

Weather : Morning -4°C / Afternoon °C Wind: 0 km/h -

Snow : Base: 200 cm - Quality: FRESH Rain-Snow Limit: m Last Snowfall 13/02/2021 - 0 cm

Forecasts And Trends
Today's Forecast (01/03/2021)

La mer de nuages encore présente va se disloquer dans la matinée pour laisser place à un temps ensoleillé.

Tomorrow's Forecast (02/03/2021)

Conditions Of Stay

Today's Recommendation

Attention au fort risque d'avalanche ! restez sur les itinéraires de randonnées ouverts et balisés

Road Conditions

Snow covered
Snow cables or chains mandatory

Ski Area

Alpine Skiing - Freestyle

Lifts : 0/0
Green Trails : 3/3
Blue Trails : 1/1

Trails : 6/6
Red Trails : 2/2
Black Trails : 0/0

Cross Country Skiing - Snowshoes - Pedestrian - Sleds

Ski Nordique :18/18 km
Piétons :15/15 km
Pistes luges :2/2

1 Mar 2021
at 13:00
2 Mar 2021
at 13:00
3 Mar 2021
at 13:00
4 Mar 2021
at 13:00
Outlook P1 P1 P1 P1
Low Altitude 5 °C 5 °C 6 °C 5 °C
High Altitude -6 °C -5 °C -5 °C -7 °C
Wind Direction N NE E E
Isotherm 0 °C 2300 m 2500 m 2650 m 2400 m
Fresh Snow 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm
Fresh Snow High Altitude 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm
Ana Hernández, Val d'Isere Editor | Published

The Alps received a light but very welcome dusting of snow earlier this week. What seemed like a promising start, was confirmed by the deep blanket of fluffy powder that is now covering the mountains. Unfortunately, with the lifts closed in France, there's still not a lot many of us can do with it right now (although some of us will be touring up to enjoy the first fresh turns of the winter).

We still don't know exactly when the lifts will be able to operate this season in France, or when (and even if) international travel will be allowed this winter. Swiss resorts like Verbier, however, have been taking skiers and snowboarders up the slopes for a few weeks now, with a full opening scheduled this Saturday, December 5th.

Although the resorts are "open" and you could enjoy a white Christmas/New Year with a range of other mountain sports, the lifts are currently not allowed to operate. The French authorities are discussing an opening of the lifts early in the new year, and the season will hopefully be fairly normal from then on. We are expecting a further official announcement on the 11th December. With the easing of confinements, reduced caseloads, roll out of vaccinations and shortened quarantines on the horizon, it will becoming easier to travel as well.

Our ability to report on the snow conditions will be slightly limited this season, depending on where/how we can deploy our powder hounds. In these difficult times, we'd like to thank you for your continued support and, to those of you who book via our sites and make it over, an even bigger thanks!

Take care of yourselves and we very much hope to see you on the pistes soon.