Incredible March Snow Conditions in the Alps

AMAZING SNOW CONDITIONS – AND THERE’S MORE TO COME!

 

Amazing Snow Conditions 1st March 2020After a bit of a barren January, the snow is returning to the Alps with a vengeance. With the school holiday crowds starting to dissipate and the prospect of blue skies on the horizon, March is definitely looking like the month to go skiing this year.

Loads of resorts are reporting fantastic snow coverage after a pretty decent snowfall in February. Alpe d’Huez has a 2m base on the lower slopes and 3m on the upper slopes. And that’s before the 1m that’s predicted this week! Not great for people out there right now, but brilliant news for those of you thinking of booking a March trip.

Forget about the Coronavirus and get yourself out to the Alps because conditions like this in March don’t happen very often.

Check out the snow forecast website to see how much snow is heading to your resort. The J2Ski website is also pretty good. If you haven’t yet decided on which resort to go to, see a list of resorts we cover here.

 

TRANSFERS FROM GENEVA, GRENOBLE AND LYON AIRPORTS TO LOADS OF SKI RESORTS 

 

Whichever resort you are thinking of heading to, we’ll probably have a cheap ski transfer for you – and the chances are you’ll have a choice of airports to fly into. For instance, for Tignes, Val d’Isere or Val Thorens, you could fly into Geneva Airport, Grenoble Airport and Lyon Airport and bag a shared transfer with us from only £45pp. A lot of our buses in March are already looking so popular that we’re adding more buses to our schedules, which means less time hanging around at the airport and more time grabbing that fresh powder. Use the form at the bottom of this page to get a quote in seconds. 

Our transfers, depending on the route you’re travelling on, cost between £45 – £90 for a Return. If you’re heading up to the wonderful Alpe d’Huez or Les Deux Alpes, and you’re in a group, you could be paying just £26pp One Way!

Posted 1st March 2020

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