We like to give our guests tip-offs from our insider info. It is the benefit of being in the Alps for 15 years and seeing the seasons from start to finish. Over the years we have told you about the first week in January. Then about booking your group ski trips before the summer holidays to get a jump start. And now this. Skiing in March.
Great snow, quiet pistes and the start of the clear skies.
Sure, for you powder hounds my top recommendation is the first week in January. Super cold temperatures, fresh snowfall and a good back record for this over the years. But March is not to be sniffed at and can be a paradise for fresh snow fans and fairweather skiers alike. And this is why it is my top recommendation for bigger group bookings- it’s a crowd pleaser!
With the school holidays of February behind us. And the reliably high snowfall of the month means that when March arrives, there is a hefty base layer of snow… but hardly any crowds there to ski it. Don’t believe me? Well here are some shots from across March time over the past few seasons:
Why haven’t I booked March before?
Quietest March Week: Availability
What about April?!
With the Easter holidays falling in April, we have many who have come to join us again and again on the slopes. This time is one of the most popular with families and learners on account of the warmer sunnier weather, longer days and springtime atmosphere.
I love March. Hope you will too 🙂