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La Tania Snow Report- 2nd December 2022

La Tania Snow Report

Latest snow conditions in La Tania.

French Alps (1,350m to 2,740m4,429ft to 8,990ft)

Reported Friday 2nd December 2022

La Tania Snow Depths and Conditions.
Upper Snow Depths48cm19in
Lower Snow Depths11cm4in
Snow ConditionsFresh Snow Low
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Last Snow5cm2in of Snow - 22 November
Tourist Office says...
PISTE OF THE DAY :
Roads / Access
Partly snow covered Snow cables or chains mandatory
Avalanche Risk Level
The Avalanche Risk Level in La Tania was reported as 2 (Moderate) but snow changes rapidly, so ALWAYS take local advice before leaving marked runs.

 When did it last snow in La Tania?

Our most recent snow report indicates that it last snowed in La Tania on Tuesday 22nd November 2022 with 5cm2in of fresh snow falling.

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Snow near La Tania

Ski Resorts near La Tania, by Snow Depth
Ski Resort Report Valley Up High
Méribel-170cm67in
The Three Valleys50cm20in100cm39in
Val Thorens50cm20in100cm39in
Les Arcs20cm8in86cm34in
La Plagne-75cm30in
Courchevel31cm12in61cm24in
Val d'Isère28cm11in56cm22in
Les Menuires-30cm12in
Saint Martin de Belleville-30cm12in
La Rosière10cm4in25cm10in
Sainte-Foy Tarentaise-
Tignes40cm16in
Val Cenis-

La Tania Snow Forecast

Snow Forecast by day for La Tania
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For Forecast detail, see below.

La Tania has no new snow forecast in the next 48 hours.

48 Hour Snow Forecast
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ThuClear0℃32°F
FriCloud1℃34°F

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Off-Piste Safety in La Tania

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