If you’re waking up with a grin on your face, it’s probably because you’re in the 3 Vallees! The area has about 15cm of fresh snow, but high winds resulted in many lifts–including the major Ariondaz lift in Courchevel 1650, the Saluire cablecar that usually gives access to Meribel, and the Vizelle lift in Courchevel 1850–being closed yesterday. There is plenty of snow on the pistes, and the off-piste conditions are satisfactory despite a heavier snow quality.
Val d’Isere benefited from the intense bout of snowfall as well and is expecting another 40-or-so centimeters over the next few days. Even though we won’t be seeing blue skies, the snow will help improve the conditions in France…which are slowly creeping up to Italy’s high standard for the season. Take propecia reviews advantage of the powder and somewhat mild temperatures in the Espace Killy (between zero and ten degrees) and work on that off-piste skiing. At this rate, the conditions seem as though they’ll only get better from here.
Tomorrow is looking like the ideal heliski day this week, so if you’re still looking for that perfect Valentine’s Day gift, there’s still time! Find one of our resort representatives and they can help you sort out the perfect package for your sweetheart. Who ever said stepping out of a helicopter onto untouched snow wasn’t romantic?! We have a group all set to go up this week, so look for photos on our social media and follow us (@ValHeliSki) on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook if you haven’t already!