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Val Thorens snow report

If you are going skiing in the French Alps, make sure you have everything in mind to make the trip a great one. One of the things you should be most concerned about is the number of slopes open and the quality of the snow. All this and much more can be found here, thanks to the Val Thorens snow report that we update daily.

Val Thorens resort conditions

Open End of season 05/05/2024

552/600Km open

155-215Snow depth

Freshly fallenSnow quality

Last update: 10/01/2024

Ski conditions in Val Thorens

92%Km open

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151/156Lifts open

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Resort map

Val Thorens snow report

Last snowfall19/04/2024

Snow depth155-215 cm

Snow qualityFreshly fallen

Avalanche risk-/5

Information on the Val Thorens live snow report

It's not every day that you go skiing in the French Alps, so it's worth planning your trip to Valthorens and its slopes. This ski resort is part of Les Trois Vallées, which is the largest ski area in the world with 600 kilometres (Val Thorens alone has 150 kilometres of slopes).

And we like it best because it guarantees a good condition of the slopes in Val Thorens: 99% are located at an altitude of more than 2.000 metres. Of course, there is no shortage of snow parks and cross-country ski runs. Find out where the different slopes and facilities in the resort are located on the Val Thorens piste map.

On the other hand, which slopes are open in Val Thorens at the moment? Has it snowed enough in the last days and weeks? Are all the skiable kilometres of Val Thorens available? Can we use all the lifts to get around the slopes of Val Thorens? What are the minimum and maximum snow thicknesses in Val Thorens at the moment? You can find out all this and much more before your trip to the French Alps in this section, where you will find all the detailed information on the Val Thorens snow report, which is updated every day.

The state of the slopes in Val Thorens can change from sector to sector, with more snow in the higher areas and less in the lower areas if it has not snowed much. The Péclet and Orelle areas are ideal for the family crowd, while the slopes around the summit of the Caron are the most attractive for expert skiers, with descents that can reach up to 1.000 metres in vertical drop. Take a look at the Val Thorens piste map to find the sectors most suited to you.