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Val Thorens Snow Forecast

18cm new snow forecast in Val Thorens this week
• Top Lift: 18cm
• Middle: 18cm
• Bottom: 18cm
Detailed Val Thorens weather forecast below. Live conditions on our snow report & live webcams. Historical snow on Val Thorens snow history page.

Val Thorens Snow Forecast - 18 Apr 2021

Day / Night Val Thorens Snow-Forecast Snow Base Weather Base
Wthr
2300m
Base Temp. Base
Temp
2300m
Base Wind 2300m Freezing Level Freeze (altitude) Alt. Top Weather Top
Wthr
3200m
Top Temp. Top
Temp
3200m
Top Wind 3200m

Weather forecast & 0 day predicted precipitation.

Weather data is from 18/04/2021 forecast for France

Weather forecast for Val Thorens in France

Predicted 0 day weather forecast is for 18 cm new snow fall expected by 24 Apr 2021.

Weather predictions last updated 18 Dec 2020 at 13:00

Predicted Mountain Conditions in Resorts Nearby

Find great skiing close to Val Thorens with these nearby resort weather forecasts.

Ski Resort Top Depth
Base Depth
Next New
Snow Forecast
Current Conditions Weather Today
Brides les Bains ? cm
? cm
? cm
?
Courchevel 0 cm
0 cm
24 cm
17-24 Apr
Closed for snowsports
La Tania 0 cm
0 cm
25 cm
17-24 Apr
Closed for snowsports
Les Menuires 0 cm
0 cm
19 cm
17-24 Apr
Closed for snowsports
Meribel 0 cm
0 cm
21 cm
17-24 Apr
Closed for snowsports
Saint Martin De Belleville 0 cm
0 cm
21 cm
17-24 Apr
Closed for snowsports

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Weather and Man Made Snow in Val Thorens

On an annual basis, Val Thorens's average frozen precipitation is 600cm.

This natural weather-created snowfall is helped along with 359 snow guns or "cannons" on 13.3km of piste - that's over 40% of the total length of Val Thorens trails.

Off-piste snowboarding and sking is allowed and of course this has the secondary effect of reducing the wear and tear on snow condition on the pisted runs.

Val Thorens Official & Local Weather Info Source

You can call the Val Thorens Weather Information phone number 808 to hear their forecast in these languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Russe.

Ski area & ski slope orientation - N S E W

The ski slopes in the Val Thorens ski area face in these directions: N S E W

Top Tips:

In the coldest winter months of January and February choose a resort with south facing areas, more light and warmth in the depths of alpine winter.

In warmer spring months the best riding is on cooler and shady North facing slopes.


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