Start Ski Resort In France Is Delayed
In the French Alps and the Pyrenees ski season will start later than usual. The managers of the resorts already made a statement in which the reason of delaying the opening of the season was named a "lack of snow".
Note that the first snow fell in the French Alps at the end of November. But because of too high temperatures and has a perfect pillow quickly decreased. In particular, a similar incident happened in Courchevel, Meribel, Montgenèvre. Representatives of these popular ski resorts have already announced that the opening is postponed to December 13.
Note that in this resort, as Montgenèvre 22nd November elevators were running. But, unfortunately, the constant rain and high temperatures did the trick - the snow has completely disappeared from the area ski resorts.
Specialists of the national meteocenter told that at the height of 2 thousand meters below the snow is not enough. But this weekend we expect significant snowfall, which could solve all the problems of skiers and snowboarders.
In the South-West of the Pyrenees, the lack of snow has also caused the postponement of the opening of the ski resorts. It officially declared the head of the tourist office of the region Jean Canal.
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