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Carving turns in Verbier's deep snow

An epic week in Verbier with lots of fresh powder

Featured in: | Roddy Willis - Private Ski Instructor, Verbier Reporter | Published
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A huge dump of snow fell upon Verbier last week, on Tuesday and Wednesday, improving conditions on and off-piste massively.

Current snow depths stand at 260cm at the top of Les Gentianes (2950m) and around 40cm in resort, with 140cm at mid-mountain level in Les Ruinettes (2200m).

This weekend, we've had precipitations in Verbier, in the form of snow on the higher slopes, which will continue today and tomorrow, when another snowfall is forecasted. Temperatures will stay low at the beginning of the week, raising a little bit from Thursday, when the sun is expected to shine.

Verbinet's dump alerts and snow reports are brought to you by Roddy Willis, a fully-qualified English private ski instructor who's been skiing in the Alps since the 1980s. He offers both on- and off-piste lessons to everyone, from beginners to experts.