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Plagne Bellecôte Snow Report- 8th December 2021

Plagne Bellecôte Snow Report

Latest snow conditions in Plagne Bellecôte.

French Alps (6,332ft to 10,663ft)

Reported Wednesday 8th December 2021

La Plagne is Closed

La Plagne Snow Depths and Conditions.
Upper Snow Depths49in
Lower Snow Depths22in
Snow ConditionsFresh Snow
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Last Snow
12in of Snow - 8 December
Avalanche Risk Level
The Avalanche Risk Level in La Plagne was reported as 4 (High) but snow changes rapidly, so ALWAYS take local advice before leaving marked runs.
Planned Opening
La Plagne plans to Open on Saturday 11th December 2021
Planned Closing
La Plagne plans to Close on Saturday 30th April 2022

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Snow near Plagne Bellecôte

Ski Resorts near Plagne Bellecôte, by Snow Depth
Ski Resort Report Valley Up High
Les Menuires23in63in
Méribel28in59in
Val Thorens39in59in
Tignes8in56in
Les Arcs24in55in
Courchevel40in51in
La Plagne22in49in
Montchavin-Les Coches28in43in
Val d'Isère31in42in
Champagny en Vanoise2in18in

Plagne Bellecôte Snow Forecast

Snow Forecast by day for Plagne Bellecôte
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Plagne Bellecôte has 3in new snow forecast in the next 48 hours.

48 Hour Snow Forecast
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WedSnow+2in

6,332ft

30°F
ThuSnow Showers+1in

6,332ft

25°F

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7 Day Snow Forecast
48 Hour Snow Forecast

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Off-Piste Safety in Plagne Bellecôte

Before skiing or snowboarding off-piste in Plagne Bellecôte, you must assess the local snow conditions. Always check the local Avalanche Risk Level and ski with appropriate safety equipment.