Historical snow in Tignes
Tignes Snow Report – 2013-2018 (5 season average)
Skiing in Tignes: Its altitude and resulting snow reliability, along with a huge arsenal of snow guns when needed, means it is normally possible to ski at least 1,400 vertical metres from November until the lifts close in May.
Snow record data for Tignes: The first row shows the week for which the measurement applies eg. Nov 4 is the 4th week in November. The Upper Slopes row shows the average snow cover in cm at the top of the ski area. The Lower Slopes row shows the average snow cover in cm at the bottom of the ski area (this is usually where the nursery pistes are located). About 10 cm is generally enough to ski but it very much depends on what’s below ie. grass or more rocky surface
5 year ski season average for Tignes:
|Upper Slopes (cm)||114||107||109||109||114||136||173||183||196||213||230||231||237||258||260||244||239||230||209||190|
|Lower Slopes (cm)||31||38||41||48||56||71||94||103||112||120||132||133||136||153||151||137||130||123||97||72|