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Aime La Plagne Snow Report- 1st April 2023

Aime La Plagne Snow Report

Latest snow conditions in Aime La Plagne.

French Alps (2,000m to 3,250m6,562ft to 10,663ft)

Reported Friday 31st March 2023

La Plagne is Open

La Plagne Snow Depths and Conditions.
Upper Snow Depths340cm134in
Lower Snow Depths10cm4in
Snow ConditionsFresh Snow High Wet Low
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Last Snow3cm1in of Snow - 31 March
Roads / Access
Clear but wet Roads clear, normal traffic
Avalanche Risk Level
The Avalanche Risk Level in La Plagne was reported as 3 (Considerable) but snow changes rapidly, so ALWAYS take local advice before leaving marked runs.
Planned Closing
La Plagne plans to Close on Saturday 29th April 2023

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Snow near Aime La Plagne

Ski Resorts near Aime La Plagne, by Snow Depth
Ski Resort Report Valley Up High
Les Arcs40cm16in360cm142in
Champagny en Vanoise10cm4in340cm134in
La Plagne10cm4in340cm134in
Montchavin-Les Coches110cm43in340cm134in
Val Thorens160cm63in220cm87in
Val d'Isère107cm42in205cm81in
Les Menuires30cm12in183cm72in

Aime La Plagne Snow Forecast

Snow Forecast by day for Aime La Plagne

For Forecast detail, see below.

Powder Possible :- 16cm6in of Fresh Snow is forecast for Aime La Plagne over the next 2 days.

48 Hour Snow Forecast
TopSnow HiSnow toMax
FriThunder Snow+8cm+3in


SatThunder Snow+10cm+4in



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Off-Piste Safety in Aime La Plagne

Before skiing or snowboarding off-piste in Aime La Plagne, you must assess the local snow conditions. Always check the local Avalanche Risk Level and ski with appropriate safety equipment.