Chalet Sonrier   Courchevel 1850 , France

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Courchevel 1850 Resort Info

The most expensive resort in the French Alps'? Only partially true. Sat next to Val Thorens and Méribel, Courchevel is the most easterly of the Trois Vallées (the ski maps are back to front!) It is made up of four separate parts, each with their own character.
The biggest village and arguably the jewel in Courchevel's crown, 1850 is the focal point of the resort, with a good selection of world-class hotels, restaurants and shopping. There are a good selection of less expensive accommodation options in town, especially with several British run chalet hotels. Lift access to the whole 3 Valleys area is from the centre of town, giving easy access to almost all guests. More Courchevel 1850 resort information

Courchevel 1850 Snow & Weather


Snow Report - 23 Jan 2015
Last snowed 17-Jan-2015
Fresh snow15 cm
Lower slopes51 cm
Upper slopes86 cm
Pistes
Piste stateGood
Runs to resortGood
Off piste snowVaried
CommentsGood skiing/boarding throughout the area
Lifts open49
Lifts total53

Snow Overview - France  (snow news updated 24-Jan-2015)

France caught some good snowfall over the weekend and some places, especially in the west and the south, have continued to pick up more in the past few days. As a result conditions are generally good across the board, with icy and bare spots now limited and some powder stashes to be found off piste. Some of the resorts that have struggled the most so far this season have seen some of the best falls of snow in the past week. The conditions at Foux d’Allos (45/155cm) and Chamrousse (40/70cm) have been vastly improved this week, but more snow is still needed to open the final few lifts. Conditions in the high resorts of the Haute-Savoie continue to be good. Ski Club Ambassadors at Meribel (25/95cm), Val Thorens (90/130cm) and Courchevel (51/86cm) in the Three Valleys have all reported some great conditions this week across the huge ski area. Cauterets (100/170cm) was reporting 10cm of fresh snow on Thursday 22nd January, adding to the already impressive base depth in the resort. 12 of the resorts 16 lifts were turning and some great powder has been reported across the mountain. Some light snow is expected this weekend across the French Alps and also the Pyrenees, although totals are unlikely to top 10cm for most. Cold temperatures (-10C at mid-mountain), so whatever snow does fall will be very light and should make for some excellent skiing.

European Weather Outlook

Some more snow is in the forecast for the Alps this weekend, although the falls are likely to be mostly light in nature. Northern Switzerland and Austria can expect the heaviest snow, with up to 20cm forecast on Saturday. Elsewhere smaller amounts are predicted, but what falls will do so in cold air (below -5C at mid-mountain) so expect some lovely soft snow conditions. Visibility may be affected so make sure you’ve got some low-light lenses if you’re heading out to the Alps. There is the potential for a major snowfall event during the second half of next week, according to the latest forecast models. On current predictions, over a metre of snow is forecast for most of the Alps, but please bear in mind that the models can change as Alpine forecasting is notoriously complex. Keep an eye on the situation over the weekend to get the very latest information as the forecast evolves. The Pyrenees can expect to see more snowfall over the weekend, although most of it should be light. Sunshine is currently expected for Sunday so make the most of the clear skies then if you’re planning a day-trip. More light snow can be expected across Scandinavia, with the potential for 10cm of fresh snow for some. The best chance for some sunshine is on Sunday. Light snow is also predicted for Bulgaria over the weekend, totalling around 10cm on current forecasts. Clouds should cover the skies for the majority of the weekend, but the best chance for brightness is on Saturday. The recent settled spell of weather is set to come to an abrupt end in Scotland on Friday. New snow is expected over the weekend and into next week, but watch out for some fluctuations in the freezing level which may bring short periods of rainfall.


All snow report information supplied by Ski Club of Great Britain Ski Club of Great Britain