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30th January 2006 Les Grands Montets top station is OPEN
AIGUILLE DU MIDI téléphérique Chamonix - Plan de l’Aiguille
AIGUILLE DU MIDI téléphérique Plan de l’Aiguille - Aiguille du Midi
PANORAMIQUE DU MONT-BLANC télécabine Aiguille du Midi à la Pointe Helbronner
FUNIVIE DEL MONTE BIANCO téléphérique La Palud - Pavillon
FUNIVIE DEL MONTE BIANCO téléphérique Pavillon - Rifugio Torino - Pointe Helbronner
MONTENVERS - MER DE GLACE train à crémaillère Chamonix - Montenvers
GRANDS MONTETS téléphérique Argentière - Croix de Lognan
GRANDS MONTETS téléphérique Croix de Lognan - Les Grands Montets
DOMAINE DE BALME - LE TOUR télécabine Le Tour - Charamillon
DOMAINE DE BALME - LE TOUR télésiège Charamillon - Col de Balme
DOMAINE DE BALME - LE TOUR télécabine Vallorcine - Tête de Balme
FLEGERE téléphérique Les Praz - La Flégère
FLEGERE télésiège La Flégère - L’Index
BREVENT télécabine Chamonix - Planpraz
BREVENT téléphérique Planpraz - Brévent
PLANARDS télésiège Chamonix - Les Planards
BOSSONS télésiège Les Bossons - le Glacier
BELLEVUE téléphérique Les Houches - Bellevue
PRARION télécabine Les Houches - Le Prarion
TRAMWAY DU MONT-BLANC train à crémaillère Le Fayet - Bellevue - Nid d’aigle
This timetable is kept up to date by the Chamonix Tourist Office
Exceptional vertical drops, famous pistes and tremendous glacier skiing have given the Grands-Montets its prestigeous reputation. A resort of international renown due to the extent and variety of its itineraries. The geographical situation plus snow canons on the lower slopes permit the ski area to remain open until the beginning of May.
Gay-Couttet’s photographs: a testimonial of a century in Chamonix from 1880 to 1980,
5 generations, a family history……
Approximately 400 photos have been selected and sorted by theme; a century’s evolution viewed from every angle.
5-8" of new snow opened a bunch of terrain on the Cat
- 15 trails opened today! (back up from 26 to 40 trails!). Granted
many trails are open on thin cover, so you want to keep a watch where
you're going . . . but it's just what we needed to get some meat back on
the bones! This snow had some body to it, so it's here to stay!
in the forecast all week as well, so if your throat is feeling a little
scratchy . . . there's good medicine for that up here in Pinkham Notch!
(wink, wink --- this isn't about sitting around a pot of lemon & honey
Open trails: 76
Open lifts: 9
Primary Surface: Packed Powder/Machine Groomed
Secondary Surface: Powder
Coming soon: THREE Maine Days this week!
The 4 inches of snow we received last night will
be groomed out on 52 trails tonight, making for
some excellent packed powder conditions. But you
should still be able to find some powder on the
We'll have 76 trails open and nine lifts
scheduled to run. We saw little or no wind today,
and we can expect the same tomorrow, so that
fresh snow should stay where it is.
Mother nature's timing with this new snow
couldn't be more perfect. We have decided to
extend our Maine Days this week to include
Tuesday and Thursday, as well as the usual
Wednesday. Maine residents can ski for $26 per
day. And if you want to ski all three days, and I
highly suggest that you do, we have some
impressive ski and stay packages for Mainers.
Check with your favorite resort for special offers.
For those in Asia, Europe, New Zealand & Canada
Support Your National team
Groomed to cruise ,...
Recent snowfalls, left more than 60 cms of fresh snow on the slopes, and Panorama's groomers are in supreme condition. Long, wide runs like Skyline off the Champagne Express and Heaven Can Wait on the Sunbird Chair are groomed to Panorama perfection and will leave you looking for more.
Today’s Forecast: Snow easing to a few flurries in the morning. Accumulation 3 to 5 centimetres. High minus 5. Winds southwest 25 to 35 km/h.
Extended Outlook: Scattered flurries on Wednesday with a weak trough of low pressure lying over the Southern Interior. A ridge of high pressure should give some sunshine and less chance of flurries on Thursday.