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blankWeather conditions in Verbier have been changeable. With a couple of days with white-outs then clouds then blue skies again today

The avalanche risk has now reduced to 2 and the off-piste is once again more accessible. With a couple of centimetres of new snow last night conditions were soft snow on a crust. On Crevlet jump turns were necessary but still great fun and a good depth of powder was to be found. Col des Gentaines and Tortin both have great coverage of snow although moguls are developing rapidly.

On-piste skiing remains excellent above the Ruinettes station although somewhat slushy lower doen and bare in places on the run into Medran – take the lift down and enjoy it higher up is the recommendation.

Lac des Vaux 1 lift is again operational so no need to use the traverse to get back to Attelas. However, there were some problems with the La Chaux Express later on today.
At the top of the Funispace there is the opportunity this weekend to try out a variety of snowboards for free. Although watch out for the wild animals taking advantage of this – see picture.

The next couple of days should be sunny with temperatures of around 2C and good visibility. Winds should also be light, more cloudy weather is due on tuesday but not the overcast low visibility we have experienced in the last few days.

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