It can be uncommon for skiers and boarders to consider how much the weather can vary in France and Italy: these Alps may share a border, but they can have very different conditions at any given moment. Italy continues to experience some of the best snow conditions in the Alps, while the French are still playing catchup.

<<Webcam from La Rosiere/La Thuile, at the French-Italian boarder>>


Temps will stay colder in the Aosta Valley this week, with highs near 8 and lows dipping down to -3. It’s looking to be an every-other-bluebird day week, going from possible showers today to sun tomorrow and back to sprinkles of snow on Wednesday . Keep your eye on those inboxes for our newsletters and updates in case a spare seat catches your attention!

Over in France, we woke up to clear and sunny skies this morning and are expecting more snowfall to add to our weekend accumulation on Wednesday. It looks like order propecia online usa things will stay pleasant from Thursday on through the weekend. The end of half-term is still the perfect time for heliskiing, which provides the ideal getaway from the crowded slopes in addition to an unbelievably fantastic skiing experience. And the best part: no lift line queues!

Are you in resort this week and want to balance your skiing with some civilian activities? Meribel is hosting a street party on Friday, 28 February with live music and more. In Courchevel, put on your Prada and test-drive a BMW for the day, located at the front de neige; and don’t miss the spectacular International Pyrotechnic Fireworks Festival on Thursday, 27 February. As we mentioned a few weeks back, Val d’Isere is hosting the Frostgun Invitational. You can check it out on Wednesday the 26th and hit up Chalet Doudoune afterwards, where DJ Joachim Garraud (The Spaceman) is spinning on Thursday.

As always, ski safe and look out for more heliskiing!