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Tignes snow report

We don't go skiing in the French Alps every day, so you'll want to get everything right. Find a good package of hotel plus ski pass, prepare your equipment... and know the snow forecast for Tignes, of course. What thicknesses will you find? Will there be many slopes open in Tignes? Check here for all the information.

Tignes resort conditions

Open End of season 21/07/2024

7/300Km open

--300Snow depth

FirmeSnow quality

Last update: 18/07/2024

Ski conditions in Tignes

2%Km open

-Open slopes

5/79Lifts open




Resort map

Tignes snow report

Last snowfall12/07/2024

Snow depth--300 cm

Snow qualityFirme

Avalanche risk-/5

Information on the Tignes live snow report

Find out about the state of the slopes in Tignes here. This ski resort is one of the most famous in the French Alps and is located in the Vanoise Natural Park; it is part of the domain known as Espace Killy. There are 300 kilometres of pistes in Tignes and they reach a high altitude, ranging from 1.550 to 3.455 metres above sea level. So the snow conditions in Tignes are very good throughout the ski season. One of its most representative sites is the Grande Motte glacier, a spectacular spot which is also skiable for part of the summer.

In Tignes there are 20 green, 35 blue, 60 red and 16 black alpine slopes, as well as two snowparks where you can practice jumps and pirouettes. There are also areas for cross-country skiing. You can see where they are, as well as the rest of the resort's services, on the Tignes piste map.

Also, in this section you can check the daily update of the Tignes snow report: which slopes are open (you can check by difficulty level to see if the ones you are interested in will be operational), how many skiable kilometres are available, which of the 78 ski lifts are working to move around the area right now, the minimum and maximum snow thickness in Tignes... Take a look at the Tignes snow report before choosing the dates for your trip to the French Alps.

There are three sectors in Tignes: Tignes, Val d'Isère and Val Claret, with bases at 1.800 metres and almost all the pistes above 2.000 metres, as you can see on the Tignes piste map. The amount of snow is usually quite abundant thanks to the high altitude of the Tignes slopes and their good orientation.