Ski forecast for Northern Alps

The Northern Alps, located between the Rhones-Alpes and the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur regions, offer the diversity of mountains, from internationally-known ski resorts to small charming villages. The highest summit is in Vercors at an altitude of 2341m high at the Grand Veymont.

At the bottom of Mont Blanc between alpine ski runs and ski domains (Trois Vallées, Espace Killy, les Portes du Soleil), the Northern Alps are a small paradise which will charm tourists.

The valley of Chamonix, the mythical site of the Alps, stretches across an area of 20 km. The 3 ski areas of this site provide the perfect spot for amateurs of winter sports of all levels.
Snowfall and ski info for Chamonix »

This resort, where skiing is done in the woods, offers a fantastic view of Grenoble, especially with the brand new La Croix cable car which gives you a magnificent 360° panoramic view at the summit.
Snowfall and ski info for Chamrousse »

At 1860 metres high,the Alpe d'Huez ski resort is one of the most reputed of the French Alpes, with a large skiing domain suitable for all of levels.
Snow report for Alpes d’Huez »

The ski area is particularly diverse: snowpark, halfpipe, the starting point of a glacier and an indoor heated pool at 29°C are some of the activities available in the resort.
Snowfall and ski info for La Plagne »