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Courchevel Snow Report & Forecast

Discover the latest Courchevel snow conditions

Jen Tsang, | Published

And that's it. Winter ski season 2021/22 is finally over. 

And what a season it's been! It was a rocky start to the winter. The border between the UK and France closed just before the December Christmas holidays until February. 

But the resorts stayed busy for Christmas! So instead of the British skiers, we saw our European cousins arrive for the festive break, which was fantastic news for all the local businesses. 

Just before the February break, we did see those borders open back up for the UK skiers, and it was great to see those smiling faces back here for the children's holidays. 

February was, of course, super busy - and it was fantastic! Such a fun month to share our mountains again with so many smiley faces and excited skiers.

Then when we expected March to quieten down, which in some ways, it didn't! Accommodations, bars, and restaurants remained busy, but the slopes felt much quieter and calmer. It seemed like people had embraced the spring pace of life! 

Finally, April..! What a month! We've had some big dumps of snow spread out over the month, making for some fantastic off-piste days and excellent piste conditions until the lift closed. 

All in all, it's been a fantastic ski season, and if you've been able to visit us, I hope you've enjoyed your time on the slopes! 

This is Jen signing out for Winter 21/22! I'll be around on the mountain bike trails this summer and see you back on the snow in December! 

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Current Conditions

Weather

Courchevel - 1850M
Morning
8°C
Afternoon
17°C
West
13 km/h
Snow-Depth
57cm
SPRING SNOW
Rain/Snow Limit
2700m
Last Snowfall
0cm
Fichier 3
Marked
3/5
Saulire - 2700M
Morning
2°C
Afternoon
10°C
West
15 km/h
Snow-Depth
140cm
SPRING SNOW
Rain/Snow Limit
2700m
Last Snowfall
0cm
Fichier 3
Marked
3/5
La Tania - 1400M
Morning
10°C
Afternoon
21°C
North West
6 km/h
Snow-Depth
39cm
SPRING SNOW
Rain/Snow Limit
2800m
Last Snowfall
0cm
Fichier 3
Marked
3/5
Col De La Loze - 2305M
Morning
5°C
Afternoon
13°C
West
15 km/h
Snow-Depth
111cm
SPRING SNOW
Rain/Snow Limit
2800m
Last Snowfall
0cm
Fichier 3
Marked
3/5

State Of The Area

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Lifts
0/56
Fichier 1
Not available
0/7
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Pistes
0/109
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Greens
0/21
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Blues
0/41
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Reds
0/35
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Blacks
0/12
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Luge
0/6.5km
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Outlook P1 P1 P1 P1
Low Altitude 23 °C 23 °C 25 °C 22 °C
High Altitude 9 °C 9 °C 11 °C 9 °C
Wind Direction ENE NE ENE ESE
Isotherm 0 °C 3850 m 3700 m 4000 m 3850 m
Rain Snow limit
Fresh Snow 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm
Fresh Snow High Altitude 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm

This panoramic webcam view of the altiport allows you to see the take off spot for private planes above Courchevel 1850. Above is the Saulire and descending pistes.

Thanks to the Soucoupe restaurant for their help hosting this webcam.

The high altitude of this camera means that it can become obstructed by snow and cloud some of the time. If this is the case then please do check back later, as the view is superb.

 

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