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Today couldn’t be better for heliskiing, and that’s exactly what we’re doing! We have a trip departing from Val d’Isère today heading for the clear and sunny skies and warm 12°C weather. The recent snowfall has left a fresh coating on the already near-perfect snowpack in the Aosta Valley. Be sure to check back for photos as this is sure to be an epic heli day!

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Here’s to hoping for another bluebird day like this one, at the restaurant featured in our Courmayeur heliskiing package, for our clients heliskiing today…

As for weather and snow conditions: if you’re in the 3 Valleys, you’ll find that the skies are clearing up after 24+ hours of snow. That powder is just what Meribel, Courchevel, and VT need during this busy half-term week. It looks like it’ll be a bluebird day with plenty of fresh off-piste skiing available for sure! Check out the conditions and local snow reports each day for an updated snowfall measurement and avalanche risk assessment before heading off-piste; although that’s where the best snow will be found, buy cheap propecia usa safety is always invaluable.

The clouds are predicted to make an appearance tomorrow and Wednesday over in our Italian heliski areas, but the sun will be returning to the Aosta Valley toward the end of the week. In the Espace Killy, Thursday looks to be the clearest day of the week in the mountains, which will see temperatures at a high of -5°C regularly all week. Friday is the frontrunner for the coldest day, with temps looming around -19° C before the sun comes back out for the weekend. As we mentioned a while back, the continued snowfall has allowed us to start offering our Mickey’s Ears Off-Piste package in the Espace Killy and our 3 Vallees Off-Piste Experience, both with a heli pickup–so if you want a unique guided off-piste adventure whilst in resort, book with us to access these ideal conditions now.

Val Heliski is throwing a party for our agents and partners in the 3 Valleys this Wednesday, so stay tuned for updates from that event in Courchevel Moriond (1650)’s Bubble Bar!