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Champery Snow Report

Champery has average snow depth of 62cm.

Conditions: "Spring snow conditions".

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Average Depth: 62 cm
Conditions:Spring snow conditions

Champery Snow Report - 21 Feb 2017

New snowfall: Champery accumulation & what's predicted today.

New Snow Fall

ski area average

2 cm

Last Snowfall Date

most recent new snow


Friday 17 Feb

Base Snow Depth

altitude 1050 m

25 cm

Top Snow Depth

altitude 2280 m

100 cm

Snow Conditions

surface condition for skiing

Spring snow conditions


amount forecast today

0 cm

New Precipitation in Champery

The most recent dump in this resort in Switzerland was 2 cm on Friday 17 Feb - current conditions are described as "Spring snow conditions".

Base Depth

The bottom of the piste lies at an altitude of 1050 metres - the latest report indicates depth at this altitude is 25 centimetres.

Summit Depth

The top lift station lies at 2280 metres altitude - measurments indicate that current depth at the top of the lift served skiable terrain is 100 centimetres.

Forecast Today

There are 0 centimetres of new snow forecast today on the Champery ski area.

data is from 17/02/17 predictions and forecasting run

Champery Ski Report

Ski area, lift status and skiing conditions expected today.

Ski Area / Ski Lifts

lift status & area open

100 %


can you see hazards?


Skiing Conditions

weather forecast today in Champery

Sunny max 7
min -2

Champery Summit

ski and snowboard conditions at the top of Champery ski area

summit min 2 °C
wind speed 6 kph
direction sw

Champery Lift Status

Approximately 100 percent of Champery lifts and trails will be open today.

Visibility in Champery

Affects your ability to see & avoid obstacles like other skiers, negotiate bumps & moguls or avoid dangers such as piste & cliff edges on piste... and crevasses off-piste!

Champery Skiing Weather

Precipitation and cloud cover plus max day temperature and minimum night temp.

Summit Conditions

Weather conditions are very different at the top of the Champery ski area - go equipped for comfort & safety on the whole mountain.

Conditions in Resorts Nearby

Find snow close to Champery with these nearby reports.

Resort Top Depth
Base Depth
New Snow
Current Conditions More Today?
Argentiere snow report 200 cm
70 cm
4 cm
17 Feb 2017
Wet snow lower, hard upper 0
Avoriaz snow report 120 cm
90 cm
2 cm
17 Feb 2017
Wet snow lower, hard upper 0
Champoussin snow report ? cm
? cm
? cm
? ?
Flaine snow report 195 cm
65 cm
2 cm
17 Feb 2017
Wet snow lower, hard upper 0
Les Carroz snow report 85 cm
15 cm
2 cm
17 Feb 2017
Wet snow lower, hard upper 0
Les Gets snow report 90 cm
45 cm
2 cm
17 Feb 2017
Wet snow lower, hard upper 0
Leysin snow report 50 cm
20 cm
3 cm
17 Feb 2017
Spring snow conditions 0
Morgins Champoussin snow report 90 cm
30 cm
2 cm
17 Feb 2017
Spring snow conditions 0
Morzine snow report 50 cm
30 cm
2 cm
17 Feb 2017
Wet snow lower, hard upper 0
Ovronnaz snow report ? cm
? cm
? cm
? ?
Samoens snow report 90 cm
35 cm
2 cm
17 Feb 2017
Wet snow lower, hard upper 0

More Information & Resources

Natural and man made fresh powder in this Swiss resort.

The average annual snowfall in Champery is ? centimetres each year.

Natural powder is augmented with 636 cannons or "snow guns" along 50km of piste which equates to approximately 50% of all Champery runs.

Off-piste skiing and snowboarding is not permitted which helps to concentrate the wear and tear on conditions onto the patrolled trails.

Local Resources

You can get the latest Champery report and forecast free on your mobile phone by visiting our mobile website.

You can also call the Champery Information phone number 4790200 to hear their report in these languages: French.

Slope Orientation

The slopes in the Champery domain face in these directions: S N E

Top Tips:

In the coldest winter months of January and February you'll be grateful for a resort with South facing ski areas, which offer some welcome light and warmth in the depths of a mountain winter.

In the warmest spring months of April and May, you'll find the best (ie not slushy) riding is to be had on the cooler and shady North facing trails.

Champery rating for snow quality is 3 stars out of 5 overall

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