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Snow depths in France...

 Poster: A snowHead
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Don't know if this has been posted already but might come in handy -

That link is for France sure it can be changed to other European destinations Smile

Many resorts sporting no snow apparently, so do't know if it's a case of them not having snow, or just not bothering to send out updates....
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
that site has some oddly confused and inconsistent info about the places I know, and is probably equally unreliable on the rest. They obviously trawl the net for information but then stick it together rather uncritically. For example it has some good up to date info about snow in Les Saisies, accurately stating 248 cms at the top (info just a day or so old) but gives 186 at the "base" of 1150 whereas it's 186 at the "front de neige" which is at 1650 - I imagine it's considerably less right down at Hauteluce. Probably more like 80cms. Info on kms of piste available at the linked resorts of the Espace Diamant is also very odd - and odd in different ways.

So I'd counsel against use of this site for making important decisions - I suspect people would get far more accurate information looking at the individual resort websites.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
I agree with Pam.

At 1150 meters you've got more like 30cm of snow at the moment. We've had a huge amount of rain at this level with the FL often between 1300-1500m, it has been very warm.

Himnetaz is listed as closed but I've just spoken to a mate who has spent the day skiing there, from top to bottom of the ski area. In good conditions.

The France Montagnes is another site for French resort snow depths although it only covers their partners (about 100 of the 250 odd French resorts). I think Pam is correct, in trying to be more complete they are introducing a number of errors.
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