Snow in Val Thorens

Yes, it snowed a little bit yesterday, just enough for the peaks to be white.Some snowflakes to celebrate the arrival of autumn! The winter season is looking good in Val Thorens !

 

Great news for our ski and winter sports fans! The winter season is looking good… for the highest resort in Europe.

It snowed yesterday and the last night in Val Thorens! A spectacular scenery at the end of September: the snowy peaks to the delight of residents and visitors.

And what could be more magical than admire our mountains covered by their white coat in the morning!

 

So, you must have patience to put on your skis till the opening of the resort but you can already book your stay at Les Chalets de Rosaël.

Val Thorens ski resort opens on November, 21, so join us next time to enjoy the first snow! In Val Thorens, this is a true return to childhood : this mountain resort combines the best of skiing with the best of atmospheres.

During your next ski holiday in Val Thorens, you will be surprised by its natural environment, its remarkable amount of sunshine and its exceptional snow conditions.

This is both a unique and cosmopolitan resort with a lively atmosphere, where young and old will enjoy themselves! In Val Thorens, you can progress at your own pace, as you like…

 

With a unique location on the largest ski area in the world – the 3 Vallées – Val Thorens ski resort welcomes you for your best winter holidays.

 

An apartment rental for your next ski holiday in Val Thorens?

Stay at the foot of the ski slopes with Les Chalets de Rosaël. Les Chalets de Rosaël are cozy apartments for a memorable trip in the mountains.

To make your ski holiday in Val Thorens easier and for the best practice of the winter sports, Les Chalets de Rosaël invites you to rent your skis and equipments at the Boutique Rosaël Sports, located next to the reception.

 

For more information about your apartment rental in Val Thorens, please contact us by phone at +33 (0) 4 79 00 09 43, by email or via our online contact form.

 

Photos: Val Thorens Tourist Office