It’s really beginning to feel a lot like winter out here in Verbier. Snow capped peaks once again adorn our winter landscape. It’s getting so close to the start of a new ski season now, who’s excited?
After a good snowfall last weekend of around 16cm and a top snow depth now of 40cm, we are looking forward to light snowfalls in the coming week and it’s pretty cold out there now. The freeze thaw conditions for the next week range from a maximum of 2°C to a minimum of -9°C. Currently it is looking like more snow is forecast tonight, Thursday and Friday night and then from Monday and will continue for a few days. This will all help to consolidate a good base and whilst we can’t see a really huge dump of snow in the coming week, we can see regular light snowfall. It's still early days and not science based but normally good dumps of snow in early December have afforded plentiful skiing right from the opening dates. So get your ski gear out and those skis waxed and ready to go. Verbier is opening on the 3rd December, however some areas are open for weekends during November. The first planned event for the season is the Polaris Festival happening this weekend, the 25th - 27th November.
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What's coming up
Are you planning to visit Verbier during December? Check out our guide of what’s on and weather in December.
A great line up this winter in Verbier from freeride events, winter running trails, Swiss Alpine Ski Championships to the renowned electronic music festival Polaris. More information for Verbier events can be found in our events calendar.
News announced this week, Verbier has been voted the best ski resort in the World 2022
Have you got your ski pass yet? there are still early bird deals out there.
If you head to the bottom of this page, you can see live forecasts, lift status, links to webcams, real time photos from Verbier. We will be updating this snow report page every Thursday, so check back in with us to see how the pistes are doing and what you can expect from the snow forecast each week.
We need you!
If you're in Verbier this week, we want to see your images, especially videos, of what you've been up to. So when you post to Facebook or Instagram, please tag us @SeeVerbier #seeverbier. Every week, we'll be posting our favourite videos and images here and sharing on our social media, along with our weekly resort snow report.
Look forward to seeing you on the pistes very soon.
Our collection of the best Verbier webcam views from the top of the mountain down to the bottom of the valley, these webcams give you a idea of the latest weather conditions in Verbier. Please note, due to the extreme conditions these webcams undergo, at times the webcams can become buried under snow, clouded over or even disconnected - so please check back regularly for updates.