Ski conditions

Updated on 18 January 2022 - 16 h 10 min
Open trails


Open Chairlifts


Open chalets


Snow Park :


Magic Carpet :


Alpine touring :


Trails, chairlifts and chalets opening status

Snow fall

17-20 cm


18-22 cm


24-34 cm

7 days

121-179 cm

Surface :

Powder, Skied powder, Fresh snow, Granular, Bumpy, Variable

Base :

Natural snow, Firm, Man-made snow

coverage :

Good in general (natural snow), Complete (man-made snow)

Team report

Wow! We received 17 to 20 cm of wonderful powder in the past 24 hrs. It`s a winter wonderland at the mountain. Come and enjoy a Purely SUTTON ski day!

3 lifts are in operation (IIo, II, IV) as well as the magic carpet of 9 a.m. and will serve 49 trails and glades. Some additional trails in sector V may be opened after inspection this morning.

In general, expect fresh snow this morning covering fine granular on a firm base, while on the freshly groomed runs it will be groomed fresh powder mixed with fine granular. Bases are firm.

On the natural snow trails and glades, you will find fresh ungroomed powder covering moguls with good coverage overall.

Snowmaking has resumed in sector V (Alpine) and grooming will continue in sector I (St-Bernard).

The EAST and WEST alpine touring trails are now fully open from the alt. 400 chalet. For trail map, rules, and schedule please visit

Chalet alt. 400 is open for warming up and take-out food service while the 840 chalet is for open for warming up only.

Reserve your daily tickets and your rental equipment online now!

For details regarding all covid related sanitary measures that are currently in place at the mountain, please visit our web page

And, here for your eyes our most recent pictures on the slopes. 

See you on the slopes!

—  Sean Boyle, Snow conditions reporter

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