Weather Val Thorens

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In the run up to your ski holiday, or simply when planning your day on the slopes, checking the weather forecast and snow conditions on Val Thorens’ runs in Les 3 Vallées makes choosing a skipass much simpler. Or deciding when to set out and return home. Or which route to take. And what clothing to wear!

The forecast gives details of the next three days plus an overview of the coming week, giving you a 360° view of the temperature, cloud cover, wind speed and snow/rain limit. The information is split into mornings and afternoons, and resort level and high altitude. In this way, a glance at the forecast allows you put the final touches to a wonderful holiday in Les 3 Vallées. If the day is predicted to be fine but particularly cold, skiers who want to soak up as much of the sun’s warmth as possible can plan an entire day in the sunshine: thanks to the vast size and varied slope orientation of Les 3 Vallées, you can easily choose a route in full sun. Start in the Plein Sud area during the morning and then set out to discover Les 3 Vallées via the famous Col de la Chambre situated at 2,850m, where you can enjoy unique panoramas of this extraordinary ski area.

Skiers who are looking for snow of a particular quality will also find the snow reports especially useful. Snow depths, date of the last snowfalls, snow/rain limit, avalanche risk – all the information is at your fingertips so you can choose the ski routes that best suit you. If you love skiing on fresh snow, knowing when and how much snow has fallen helps you decide when to head to the 3 Vallées slopes!

Tuesday 19 October

Last update 18/10/2021

  Val Thorens 2300m Cime Caron 3200m
Morning
-2°
Afternoon
11°
Snow line
1900 m 1900 m
Wind
km/h - NW  km/h - NW 

Wednesday 20 October

Last update 18/10/2021

  Val Thorens 2300m Cime Caron 3200m
Morning
Afternoon
13°
Snow line
3000 m 3000 m
Wind
23 km/h - S  23 km/h - S