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Tignes Snow Report & Forecast

Discover the latest Tignes snow conditions

Corinne Mayhew - Mayhew Snowboarding, Tignes Reporter | Published

Lifts have been open in Tignes for a while now, with the glacier welcoming skiers and snowboarders throughout the autumn. However, it was last Saturday, November 30th 2019 when the link between Tignes and Val d'Isere finally opened, offering lots of pistes to anyone visiting.

What they found was lots of snow in an amazing, powdery condition thanks to the huge dumps we're had in November. The forecast is for sunshine all week, with more snow over the weekend.

Watch Corinne's first-ever video snow report for SeeTignes for more information!

Tignes snow reports & dump alerts brought to you by Corinne at Mayhew Snowboarding, a female instructor providing private lessons and group sessions for every level of snowboarder in Tignes and Val d'Isere. Learn more from this British champion and Team GB coach on her Facebook page.

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Outlook P11 P1 P6 P5
Low Altitude -1 °C -2 °C 3 °C -4 °C
High Altitude -14 °C -9 °C -7 °C -15 °C
Wind Direction ESE SSW NE SE
Isotherm 0 °C 1500 m 2150 m 2500 m 800 m
Rain Snow limit 1200 m
Fresh Snow 5 cm 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm
Fresh Snow High Altitude 5 cm 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm

Latest Snow Dump

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Ana Hernández, Tignes Editor | Published
Tignes Dump Alert - 8th November 2019, Tignes Region

It's been snowing pretty much the whole week in Tignes. Last night, the snow limit dropped even lower covering not only the mountains but also the town with a fresh, fluffy blanket of snow.

Around 30cm of snow has fallen at resort level, with around a metre on the pistes. More snow is set to fall today, as well as next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, with some forecasts estimating that we'll get up to 60cm of fresh snow in the next 10 days.

These first snowfalls will create a solid base for what we hope will be another fantastic season in Tignes. Lifts are already open on the glacier, with the link between Tignes and Val d'Isere opening Saturday, November 30th. Time to book your ski trip to Tignes!