Good news is coming from the Alps!
The glaciers of France remain hopeful of being able to open this summer.
When the closure of the ski resorts in Europe was decreed in March of last year, and after a few months with all of Europe locked in their homes, few could think that the slopes would reopen in summer. But Les 2 Alpes announced that they were going to do it, and despite the doubts of many people, they finally got going. Then, when winter arrived, his Government, like that of Italy or Germany, again banned winter tourism, especially that linked to winter resorts.
Now, Tignes and Les 2 Alpes have announced again that they open this summer.
Last year they fulfilled, and nothing should make one think that this 2021 they cannot do it. But the reality is that we enter the spring with many more cases than in 2020, and France is also taking the Coronavirus pandemic very badly.
But the different ski areas hope that they will wake up with vaccination and catch up with the rest of the countries, and that therefore a de-escalation can begin in the opening of the industry. Among her that of tourism. This is what Tignes expects, which has announced its opening for June 19 on the Grande Motte glacier.
Also Les 2 Alpes, which claims to have the largest summer ski area in Europe. They also want to open on June 19, to close again in about 10 weeks.
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