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Val Thorens Snow Report- 18th May 2024

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Val Thorens Snow Report

Latest snow conditions in Val Thorens.

French Alps (6,070ft to 10,499ft)

Reported Saturday 18th May 2024

Val Thorens is Open

Val Thorens Snow Depths and Conditions.
Upper Snow Depths87in
Lower Snow Depths59in
Snow ConditionsSoft Snow
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Last Snow
1in of Snow - 29 May
Pistes Open48 Trails
Roads / Access
Soaked Roads clear, normal traffic
Avalanche Risk Level
The Avalanche Risk Level in Val Thorens was reported as 2 (Moderate) but snow changes rapidly, so ALWAYS take local advice before leaving marked runs.

 When did it last snow in Val Thorens?

How old is the snow? When was the last reported snowfall?

Our most recent snow report indicates that it last snowed in Val Thorens on Wednesday 29th May 2024 with 1in of fresh snow falling.

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Snow near Val Thorens

Ski Resorts near Val Thorens, by Snow Depth
Ski Resort Report Valley Up High
La Plagne28in131in
Val d'Isère11in94in
The Three Valleys59in87in
Méribel6in85in
Le Corbier-47in
Les Menuires-10in
Courchevel-
La Tania
Les Arcs-
Saint Martin de Belleville
Tignes-
Val Cenis-

Val Thorens Snow Forecast

Snow Forecast by day for Val Thorens
SatSunMonTueWedThuFri
Snow
to
8,323ft
Snow
to
9,331ft
Snow
to
7,927ft
Snow
to
6,604ft
Snow
to
6,991ft
Snow
to
6,985ft
Snow
to
6,824ft

For Forecast detail, see below.

Val Thorens has 3in new snow forecast in the next 48 hours.

48 Hour Snow Forecast
TopSnow HiSnow toMax
Town
SatSnow Showers+2in

varying 8,596ft
to 8,323ft

46°F
SunSnow Showers

varying 9,334ft
to 9,331ft

50°F

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7 Day Snow Forecast
48 Hour Snow Forecast

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Off-Piste Safety in Val Thorens

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