Weekly Snow Report and Events in the 3 Valleys… Featuring James Woods aka Woodsy!!!

What a special week we are having in the 3 Valleys… we hope you enjoyed our new #celebrity snow reporter James Woods aka Woodsy. This Team GB Freestyle skier, just won Gold at the Aspen Winter X Games 2017 in the Big Air competition and amongst other incredible achievements, was ranked 5th place at the Sochi Winter Olympic 2014. We will be discussing Woodsy in our Freestyle skiing blog at the end of the week so keep your eyes peeled for the feature.

Further exciting events happening in Meribel and La Tania this week include the Aerosnow Show in Meribel this Wednesday. Not to be missed, the display will be similar to the UK’s Red Arrows and start at 11:30am on the 22nd February, there will be a 20 minute show with French pilots flying over the Valley.

The weather is looking fabulous for the event, with sunshine forecast and continuing for the rest of the week. On Friday the clouds start to move in and heavy snowfall is due, Saturday the clouds will clear and blue skies with glorious sunshine continue into next week.




Temperatures are varied over the next 7 days with highs of -2 degrees and lows of -9 degrees. The coldest wind chill is forecast at -16!

The Meribel valley currently has a reading of 45cm of snow at resort level (1450m) and 122cm at Altitude (2700m).

The Courchevel valley currently has a reading of 77cm at resort level (1850m) and 116cm at Altitude (2700m).

Avalanche risk is 2 out of 5 and with the off piste skiing being fairly iced over we recommend staying on piste and enjoyed the beautifully groomed runs.

We want to keep you up to date with weekly events and happenings in the 3 valleys so here are some of the best bits to get you in the winter holiday spirit…

What’s on this week in Meribel

Monday 20thth
Welcome drink, La Chaudanne, enjoy a complementary drink and advice on where to ski between  9am – 11am.
Himalaya by night: night sledging 5:30pm – 7:30pm Meribel Mottaret.
Aperol Party: Folie Douce DJ set, 9am – 5pm.
Planks Clothing Shop: James Woods aka Woodsy meet and greet.
Live Music
Jacks Bar: Blazin Strings – 5pm
Evolution: Mardy Johnny Depps – 10pm

Tuesday 21st
Market day in Meribel centre.
DC Area 43: welcome drink and games, opportunity to win prizes, 2-4pm.
Biathlon initiation: try out biathlon for free in the Family Cool area of Meribel Altiport, 10 – 4:30pm.
Disco at the Olympic Centre swimming pool: swim to a DJ and florescent lighting, drinks included, 10euros,  8 – 10pm.
Live Music
Jacks Bar: Daisy B – 5pm
Lodge du Village: Bring Your Sisters – 4:30pm
Evolution: Hobo Chic – 10pm
Scotts: Sian Hayley Smith – 10pm
Doron Pub: Bubble & Crisp silent disco 11pm

Wednesday 22nd
Similar to the UK’s Red Arrows we are delighted to welcome the Aerosnow show to Meribel. Starting at 11:30am you can watch this amazing flight display from anywhere in the Meribel Valley. Key locations are; La Chaudanne, restaurants: Rhodos, Folie Douce, Rok and Cote 2000.
Torch lit decent for children: La Chaudanne – 6pm
Ice Hockey at the Olympic Centre: Meribel vs Chamonix, 8:30-11pm
Live Music
Jacks Bar: The Mardy Johnny Depps – 5pm & Maps – 6pm
Lodge Du Village: Rob Cross, 4pm
The Rond Point: Bubble & Crisp – 5pm
Doron Pub: Wingmen 11pm

Thursday 23rd
VTT Winter Tour: Winter mountain biking event, La Chaudanne, 9 – 5pm.
Street Party, outside the tourism office, Blazin Strings playing 4:30 – 6:30pm.
Himalaya by night: night sledging 5:30pm – 7:30pm Meribel Mottaret
♫Live Music♫
Jacks Bar: Coco and the Butterfields – 5pm
Ice Skating Rink: DJ Kaya 8 – 10pm
Doron Pub: Gareth & Westy – 11pm
Den: Bubble & Crisp, 10pm
Evolutions: Conor Owen, 10pm
Mountain Movers, O’Sullivans: DJ Kaya – 12:30am

Friday 24th
Market day in Meribel centre
Night Slalom: Meribel Mottaret – 5pm
Beauty & the Beast show at La Folie Douce, 9 – 5pm

What’s on this week in La Tania



Last minute availability

Due to the fantastic snow and weather conditions we are booked up until the 25th March. However, check out what availability we have from the 25th March until the end of the season for spring skiing and absolute steal deals.


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