After heavy snowfall all week conditions in the Portes Du Soleil are now excellent, and more snow is on the way.
Snow has continued to fall all the way down to Morzine throughout the past week and there is plenty more forecast for the coming week.
There is currently 90 centimetres of snow on the lower slopes and 140 centimetres of snow on the higher slopes. 33 out of 36 lifts are now open and 44 out of 51 pistes.
Mt Chery is now fully open for skiers in Les Gets and snow coverage all the way to the bottom of the Pleney in Morzine is good.
High winds, coupled with the large snowfall, have led to a high avalanche risk and skiers should be extremely careful if venturing off piste, preferably with a guide as there have been avalanches on the higher slopes in the past week.
Over in Chatel 34 out of 45 pistes are open - 9 green runs, 14 blue runs and 11 red runs, with 41 out of 43 lifts now open.
While the snow continues to fall the best skiing is still mostly in the trees around Lindarets, Nyon and Mt Chery due to better visibility, although the current forecast suggests that there will be some sun around midweek The higher slopes of Arare and Fornet have better snow but visibility is not as good.
The half pipe in Avoriaz is now open and the Chapelle park is up and running with a number of kickers and rails/boxes.
There is currently light snow falling in Morzine and more snowfall is predicted for Monday afternoon.