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The Verbier Valley is covered in fresh powder

There's lots of snow in Verbier this March

Featured in: | Roddy Willis - Private Ski Instructor, Verbier Reporter | Published
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March has, so far, been the best day of the season on the Verbier slopes. With fresh snow falling almost every other day and the sun shining after the dumps, conditions are perfect.

It's set to be an epic end of the season in the Swiss Alps with impressive snow depths reaching almost 4 metres at 300m and well over 70cm in Verbier centre. The forecast suggests that the sun will shine tomorrow and on Thursday, with perhaps a bit more snow on Friday followed by a sunny weekend.

Verbinet's dump alerts and snow reports are brought to you by Roddy Willis, a fully-qualified English private ski instructor who's been skiing in the Alps since the 1980s. He offers both on- and off-piste lessons to everyone, from beginners to experts.