Les Gets weather, Snow Report & Les Gets snow history
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Weather Map and snow report of Les Gets

Les Gets Weather and Snow History Weather and snow history for Les Gets and Portes du Soleil

Les Gets Snow Report

We've given you a few of the Les Gets weather forecasts we use below. Please note that more than about 2 or 3 days ahead they are not very accurate, and sometimes contradict each other!

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OnTheSnow.com Les Gets Snow Forecast

J2Ski.com Les Gets Snow Forecast

A more detailed forecast?

You may actually find a more detailed and accurate snow forecast at this link below. It is the forecast for Chamonix; but in our experience it's a more accurate forecast than the Les Gets specific ones!

Detailed Weather Forecast by Chamonix Meteo

Les Gets Snow History

January, February and March are the coldest months of the year in Les Gets with February being the coldest. January and February are also the months with the lowest rainfall and the highest snowfall. Below is a series of tables and charts which show the historical average snowfall for Les Gets.

Monthly average snowfall data for Les Gets 2007-2018

MonthMid mountain snowfallOver 5 cm of snowBluebird days
December104 cm10.9 days5 days
January118 cm12 days8.3 days
February105 cm14.5 days7.9 days
March102 cm12.2 days4.5 days
April46 cm7.1 days1.3 days

Days with over 5cm of snowfall

The number of days per month with over 5cm of snow falling in Les Gets. This data is taken from from 2007 to 2018.

A chart showing how many days per month have over 5cm of snow in Les Gets snow report

The number of days per week with over 5cm of snow falling in Les Gets. This data is taken from from 2007 to 2018.

A chart showing how many days per week have over 5cm of snow in Les Gets snow report

Mid Mountain Snowfall

The average mid mountain (1500m altitude) snowfall per month in Les Gets. This data is taken from from 2007 to 2018.

A chart showing the average mid mountain (1500m) snowfall per month in the Les Gets forecast

The average mid mountain (1500m altitude) snowfall per week in Les Gets. This data is taken from from 2007 to 2018.

A chart showing the average mid mountain (1500m) snowfall per month in the Les Gets forecast

Blue Bird Days

The average number of bluebird days per month in Les Gets. This data is taken from from 2007 to 2018.

A chart showing the average number of bluebird days per month in Les Gets Weather

The average number of bluebird days per week in Les Gets. This data is taken from from 2007 to 2018.

A chart showing the average number of bluebird days per week in Les Gets Weather

Data source: snow-forecast.com

If you are interested in a detailed analysis of the historic snowfall in les Gets you will find more information here.

Les Gets Ski Season Opening Dates 2020 - 2021

Pre-season Skiing

There will be full-week skiing from Saturday 12th December 2020 snow permitting. There may still be some lifts and pistes that are not open.

Full Opening Dates

The lifts officially open full time for the season on Saturday 19th December 2020 in Les Gets. It may be brought forward to Saturday 12th December 2020 if there is sufficient snowfall.

When does the ski season finish?

Ski lifts in Les Gets close on Sunday 11th April 2021. Mont Chery and some other lifts may close earlier depending on snow conditions. Skiing in Avoriaz (10 - 15 mins away & part of the same ski area) is still available after this date. Please get in touch to ask us about late-season skiing.

As always all the above is snow-dependent and could change.

What time do the ski lifts open and close each day?

Ski lifts in Les Gets open at 09:00 each day through out the season.

Ski lifts in Les Gets close anywhere between 16:10 to 17:30 depending on the lift and the time of year.

Last Updated: 09 September 2019