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News from Le Tourmalet

Check out all the latest happenings at Le Tourmalet ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to Le Tourmalet weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on Le Tourmalet ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see Le Tourmalet coverage from the entire ski season.

Good Conditions Across Europe; Oslo Hosts Nordic World Ski Championships

Hit the powder in the Alps this weekend or watch world-class skiers tackle the 134-metre-high Holmenkollen Ski Jump...

Learn To Off-Piste Safely At Le Grand Tourmalet

Get off the groomed runs, but do it safely with the services of a professional guide at Le Grand Tourmalet.

Snow Blankets The Alps: 180cm In 72 Hours

More than a metre of snow has fallen in Switzerland, France, Austria, and Germany in the past three days.


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  • Fresh Snow Dumps On French Alps

    With up to 60cm of fresh snow in the French Alps, ski resorts are opening to perfect powder conditions.

    30th November 2009

  • Le Tourmalet Invites Guests to Relax

    Le Tourmalet offers clients the chance to enjoy skiing and spa treatments with two special deals. Between the snow, the water, and the steam, H2O never felt so good.

    28th September 2009

  • N'PY Resorts Make Winter Sports Easier

    The seven resorts belonging to the N'PY network in the Pyrenees Mountains have just launched a hands-free rechargeable ski pass.

    21st September 2009

  • Heavy Snow Falls Across The Alps

    The BBC Weather Centre is reporting heavy snowfall across ski resorts in France, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, and Andorra.

    3rd February 2009

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