The 2018/19 Season
18th March 2019 - Powder day again! Another 10-15cm on the slopes. Lovely.
14 March 2019 - did someone order more snow???? Coming right up and even down to town level. There's loads of the stuff. Hard to believe there's only 4 weeks left of the season isn't it!
March 12th 2019 - another 10cm of snow on the slopes. Lovely tracks. There's another 50cm forecast over the next few days!
5th March - More fresh snow. Another 10cm and wonderful conditions.
2nd March 2019 - Lovely off-piste this morning with 15cm snow overnight.
Feb 11th 2019 - another 20cm or so on the slopes at least and now the sun is out for the rest of the week. Fantastic!
2 February. The first sunny morning for a while. It seems to have been snowing continuously for days and we've probably had 70-80 cm in town. Lots of untracked snow for off-piste skiers - I skied the Jaiilet face this morning (see above). The pistes are all in perfect condition. It clouded over this afternoon - more snow forecast.
31st Jan 2019 - So much snow now we've stopped measuring! We had to get the big snowplough to clear the drive to the Sylvana. Really great piste and off-piste conditions
28th January 2019 - 20cm of snow at village level last night and loads more on the mountain. Another 50cm forecast this week. A wonderful powder day!
18th January 2019 - Another sprinkling of snow on the slopes and it's really cold. Beautiful conditions & empty pistes!
15th January 2019 - Beautiful conditions in Megeve. We had around 30-50cm fall on the slopes over the weekend so fantastic skiing!
11 January 2019 - perfect skiing day. New snow, cold and sunshine. Still untracked powder to be found . This is the Petite Fontain Piste at 10.15 this morning. Megeve Pistes are empty in January!
9th January 2019 - Lovely start to the New Year. 20cm of snow in Megeve overnight and beautiful powder skiing today. More forecast at the weekend!
20th December 2018 - more fresh snow fell last night and it's a beautiful day today. Another 10cm or so in town and 30cm or so up top. There must be around a metres base now. Looks wonderful out there. I can't wait!