It's been an amazing few weeks - day after day of sunshine - very cold around Christmas and New Year but the days are getting slightly longer and it has definitely been warmer lately.
We still have plenty of snow for snowshoeing and off piste skiing and conditions have generally been very stable.
But a top-up won't do any harm and that's what's happening today - light snow at the moment, but forecast for more or less the whole week with hopefully some sunny interludes from time to time.
So the up-coming Trekking in the Alps Snowshoeing trips should be good. There are still a few places left for trips in early February and March - notably a 4 day trip meeting 17 March and a 6 day trip 28 March.
The skiing has been really good too. I imagine the pistes are getting a touch icy but off-piste there are still places to go with lots of untracked slopes. And now is also the start of the heli-ski season.
The ski de fond pistes in the valleys are generally excellent, due to the cold January temps and the hefty snowfalls of December.
So we'll let this latest snowfall settle then get out there and lay down some tracks!