Snow in Corsica (March 07)

A lot of snow fell in Corsica last week and still lay in the mountains of Corsican interior. According to Meteo France the snow starts from 1200 m on the northern slopes and from 900 m on the southern ones of Haute-Corse (Northern Corsica — Monte Cinto and Monte Rotondo massif). There are 35-50 cm of snow in 1500 metres and up to 120 cm in the northern slopes above 2000 m. In Corse Du Sud (Southern Corsica — Monte Renoso) the snow starts in a little higher elevation between 1000-1500 m.

If you are planning a mountain hike in Corsica within next few weeks, please read my recent post about GR 20 in April. You may also find useful up-to-date Derekthered’s report Snow in the mountains on his Corsica blog.

Posted by Marek Prokop on Thu, 2007-03-29 08:22

March will be nonetheless be

March will be nonetheless be bloodless, for almost all of europe, with snow probably in the mountainous areas, in which the excellent scenery is to be found. The french alps,switzerland and austria have the high-quality scenery, but probable protected with snow at better altitudes. As per essay writing service UK authors The mediterranean region is milder, but lacks the surroundings you appear to need to look. You could head for italy; the cities of milan, rome, venice, florence and the italian lakes, for example. Spain: catalonia, mainly barcelona is some other alternative. Maybe the french island of corsica is worth thinking about.

annamarsh – Wed, 2017 – 11 – 29 11:20