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Poster: A snowHead
Fri 23-12-16 12:30
Replies: 469
Is this a new webcam? [url=http://www.skaping.com/avoriaz/pistes]Arare I've not seen it before
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Thu 22-12-16 20:44
Replies: 144
A few early extracts from the [url=https://www.chalets1066.com/winter/les-gets-snow-report.html]Chalet 1066 Diary at Les Gets. What is clear is that the current situation would be far worse without the recent investment in snow making compared to the 1980's and 1990's. 2002-2003 One of the more remarkable seasons. Heavy snowfalls in December, but high temperatures saw it all melt by Christmas. It then rained over the holiday period for 2 weeks, almost non stop, particularly hard over New Year. It was totally unskiable. 2000-2001 Well, it was good whilst it lasted. Lots of snow in November but temperatures of 20°C and more in early December put paid to the start of the season which was only possible thanks to snow canons. 1994-1995 No snow up to Christmas,. It rained all week in Les Gets to 1800 metres and looked like being a lousy season. However, on 30 December it turned to snow, and it snowed, and snowed, with breaks, but regularly for most of the winter 1992-1993 Another mild winter, snowed in mid-December, but thereafter was mild. Les Gets suffered as in the third week of January temperatures reached 17°C and it rained non stop for 4 days from 2300 to 2800 metres altitude. No snow left below 1800 métres. 1989-1990 A bitterly cold November ended on 16 December when it warmed up considerably and we all expected snow. Instead it rained for a week and at Christmas everywhere was bare except 3 runs in Avoriaz. The situation stayed terrible in January until 24th when it snowed a little, enough to open a couple of runs in Les Gets and a couple more in Avoriaz. 1988-1989 Wet snow fell in the village on 1 December, more came later and it was cold and icy. By mid December there was 50 centimetres in the village. However, by New year the lower slopes were almost bare. It snowed lightly the first week in January, but then was dry and sunny for 6 weeks !
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Wed 30-11-16 20:34
Replies: 36
The season passes have only just become available, but this past weekend they were giving free day passes to anyone who had signed up. I also heard that despite the 222 CHF offer being no longer available, you can still get a season pass for ~290 CHF. They must be hoping that there is a kick back for the village from all this, and with New Year virtually a sell out already apparently, it seems it will probably pay off through the tourist tax. It has had a high profile in the media in Switzerland. Good skiing above the Morenia (2550m) at the moment. The run back to the village was open but it was hard/'icy' and not much fun.
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Wed 6-07-16 14:11
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Sorry to report I had very bad customer service from Norrona. A really obvious delimitation around the pockets of my Lofoten Jacket, but they wanted to charge me for repairing it! Not sure how you 'accidentally' cause gortex to gently delaminate at those specific positions. In the end it was the shop chain that I bought it from who gave me a full credit note against a new jacket, not bad as it was already 2 seasons old at this stage (well done Yosemite Switzerland).
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Thu 30-06-16 9:15
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Some thoughts on the coming winter already starting to appear. Theweatheroutlook "UK Summary: Early indications suggest the coming winter may be significantly different to the last one. The combination of lower solar activity, a weak La Nina and an easterly QBO phase may favour a less cyclonic pattern and perhaps increase the risk of colder outbreaks. http://www.theweatheroutlook.com/twoother/twocontent.aspx?type=hpnews&id=3300&title=Winter+2016/17
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Mon 28-12-15 19:40
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I thought the main reason for the big ticket prices in the US was simply a reflection of targeted marketing for the typical US resort customer. That is 1) its expensive so it must be awesomely better than somewhere cheaper, 2) its expensive so I can bling that awesome fact in front of my friends, 3) yeah, but I am so clever I got an awesome deal that means I pay a lot (but actually not 'that' much) less than the ticket price. Resorts also know how to price the cheapskate locals differently than the non-local cash cows who will probably only stay for a long weekend anyway because of the shortage of annual paid leave in the US. I don't know how the numbers pan-out but I do get the impression that skiing in the US (locals excepted) is still somewhat seen as an expensive and elitist sport for the rich and priced accordingly; just take a look at 'powder' magazine.
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Tue 22-12-15 11:06
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The latest AO discussion from the Cohen team suggests an increased chance of SSW (sudden stratospheric warming) in early-mid January. This should put the brakes on the strong westerly circulation we have seen around the Northern Hemisphere mid-latitudes over the last few weeks that has caused the mild conditions over Europe and NE North America. Unfortunately they seem to think Europe will probably be the last mid-latitude region to see a transition to cooler conditions. http://www.aer.com/science-research/climate-weather/arctic-oscillation
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Mon 21-12-15 19:39
Replies: 1345
For those with short memories, there is a nice summary here of winters in Les Gets back to 1988-89, both good and bad.. http://www.chalets1066.com/winter/les-gets-snow-report.html
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Thu 10-12-15 11:54
Replies: 1345
If you are in a hurry you can ski direct to Les Gets from the top of Pleney via the newish 'Chardon Bleu' piste without having to catch the super slow Belvedere chairlift. That is if the 'Chardon Bleu' link is open, and if you can find where it starts! it is also pretty flat so keep your speed up. The 'Chardon Bleu' (labelled C5 on the piste map linked below) starts from near the bottom of the TS Nabor chair and takes you through to near the bottom of the TS Folliets de Golf chair where you can pick up the Bruyere piste to Les Gets. http://www.lesgets.com/medias/docs/glisse/Plan-des-Pistes-Gets-Morzine.pdf
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Mon 30-11-15 16:15
Replies: 1345
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Fri 20-11-15 9:32
Replies: 204
letelemarker Just a couple of things; 1) The figure that you refer to is the Oxygen isotope record measured from the ice (snow), it should not be interpreted as a direct proxy for temperature as has been done here. Temperature is just one variable affecting the isotopic composition of the snowfall in central Greenland, others include ice thickness (site altitude), sea-ice extent (distance to moisture source), air mass trajectory, seasonality of snowfall and isotopic composition of sea water (this changes with the amount of ice on land compared to water in the sea), i.e. it is complicated. 2) The temperature of central Greenland, or Antarctica, or any single point on the Earths surface for that matter should not be taken to be representative of global mean temperature over the time-scale that you refer to. This is because although the warming that we have experienced over the last 100 years or so can generally be seen to have occurred at most points across the Earths surface, the strong relationship between what we experience locally and what we experienced globally breaks down as climate change causes the reorganisation of the Earths ocean and atmospheric system, and with it, the reorganisation of local climates. For instance, the UK has a mild climate in winter compared to say, Berlin, primarily because the prevailing winds in winter are westerly and warmed by the ocean, whilst in Berlin they get more cold easterly winds from Siberia. If in the future the climate system reorganises itself and the prevailing winds started to come from a more easterly direction in winter (as has been suggested), then the uk could locally experience cooler winters even if the global mean temperature continued to rise. Even during the strong global warming of the last 100 years, some regions of the Earth have cooled (for instance, the area just south of Greenland and coastal regions of Chile). This is to be expected for the type of (local) reasons I have mentioned. One of the biggest problems we will experience in the future is not the change in a few degrees in global mean temperature, but the much more dramatic changes in local climates caused by the reorganisation of the Earths ocean and atmospheric system, something that climate models are really not very good at.
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Tue 17-11-15 14:57
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Swiss meteo have just released provisional weather warnings for Friday, Saturday and Sunday (level 3 out of 5). Heavy snow in the mountains in the west and strong winds across most of the rest of Switzerland, including low lying areas. http://www.meteoswiss.admin.ch/home.html?tab=alarm&date=20151120
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Wed 11-11-15 9:08
Replies: 1345
Just got the latest Montriond newsletter through the post which mentions the main upgrades in the Linderets valley for this season. As well as the upgrade to the Brocheaux lift and repositioning of the top station, it looks like they have reacted to last years early season lack of snow by increasing the snow making coverage across the valley, particularly on the upper parts of the pistes feeding from Avoriaz and Plain Dranse. They have also put a pumping station in at Lac Montriond to provide a better supply of water to the main snow making reservoir.
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Wed 11-11-15 7:19
Replies: 103
The Earths axial tilt also varies on much shorter time-scales according to the 18.6 year Lunar cycle. However, the amount is much smaller than the 41,000 year Obliquity cycle (0.0025 degrees compared to 2.46 degrees). Should you ever be interested in that kind of detail! :D
Poster: A snowHead
Mon 12-10-15 16:46
Replies: 5115
This years Accuweather forecast is out for Europe: "The high frequency of storms moving through the heart of Europe will favor above-normal snow in the Alps and a good season overall for skiers," according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Jason Nicholls http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/newsstory/2015/650x366_10091538_2015-europe-winter-highlights(1).jpg Full forecast here: http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/newsstory/2014/650x366_11031127_europe.jpg http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/europe-winter-2014-2015-forecast-snow-cold/36777733
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Wed 14-01-15 13:34
Replies: 1308
Much improved skiing with the new snow above ca.1400m, probably unto 20cm higher up but very windy out of the protection of the valleys. On exposed slopes there were still some icy patches to look out for where it was wind scoured, else some very welcome powder to be had. Arare looked closed assumed due to wind, so spent most of the time over in Plaine Dranse & Linga.
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Fri 26-12-14 13:34
Replies: 3230
Extensive weather warnings across Switzerland for Saturday now being issued by SwissMeteo. A combination of high winds and heavy snowfall even at low levels will mean blizzards and very poor driving conditions at times: http://www.meteoswiss.admin.ch/home.html?tab=alarm
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Sat 20-12-14 23:13
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No queues today to get on the lifts, and good snow conditions (considering) above 1700'ish, but the pistes were busy in some places. Best was on the Arare. Just the one piste open in the Fornet, although the free ride was doable even if it was officially closed. There was probably 5-10cm of fresh wet snow, which made things a lot better than yesterdays ice, and actually often rather good on piste. The traverse track around to Fornet will likely suffer and they seemed to be doing a bit of snow farming to try to make sure it will hold out next week. Linderet area was fine but probably won't take much of a thaw to cause problems as the cover is very thin on the lower slopes. It was already starting to get scraped out on the steeper sections. Runs through Avoriaz were also starting to suffer at the end of the day. Not sure how true it is, but I did hear that Christmas week is not normally so busy because the French prefer to ski New Year week. Late afternoon people were busy buying passes for tomorrow at Ardent, but nothing crazy.
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Sat 20-12-14 22:56
Replies: 3230
GFS and ECMWF giving very different results even just a few days ahead at the moment. As Noza said.. a lot of uncertainty, but seems to be even more than usual right now..
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Thu 18-12-14 17:43
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The SLF have just started issuing their snow depth anomaly maps for Switzerland this season. No surprise that conditions are well below average: http://www.slf.ch/avalanche/img/hsrel_en_c.gif
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Tue 9-12-14 8:20
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Snow canons are on in and around Avoriaz this morning..
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Mon 1-12-14 12:56
Replies: 3230
I don't think this has been posted here before. Judah Cohen and colleagues prediction for this winter, mainly driven by the unusually extensive Siberian snowpack that developed in October. Note that this is a winter (DJF) average temperature anomaly, and does not preclude the possibility of warmer periods at times! http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/autumnwinter/images/model_degC_NH.jpg http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/autumnwinter/predicts.jsp
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Wed 5-11-14 20:55
Replies: 3230
Accuweather have just released their winter forecast for Europe; and its pretty inspired, its gonna be 'snowy' in the Alps! (or maybe they cheated and just looked at todays webcams) They did a pretty good job at guessing last winter so I guess you can give them a little more credit than the usual suspects, but I leave you to judge. http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/newsstory/2014/650x366_11031127_europe.jpg http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/newsstory/2013/650x366_10221424_2013-14-europe-winter-outlook-hd.jpg http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/newsstory/2012/590x393_11011658_euro-winter-snowfall.jpg http://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/newsstory/2011/590x424_10202347_2011-12%20winter%20precip%20euro.jpg http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/winter-forecast-europe/56653
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Mon 3-11-14 17:19
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Swiss Avalanche Bulletin now issued, close to 2m of snow appears to be a real possibility in the Saas Fee/Zermatt area Tuesday/Wednesday.. Weather, forecast through Tuesday, 04.11. On Monday night and during the day on Tuesday, intensive precipitation is expected in southern regions. The snowfall level is expected to be at approximately 2200 m. In the other regions skies will frequently be overcast. Southerly winds will be blowing at storm velocity, in high alpine regions even reaching gale strength. By Tuesday evening above approximately 2600 m, the following amounts of fresh fallen snow are anticipated: Main Alpine Ridge from the Matterhorn into Rheinwald and southwards thereof: 50 to 80 cm, in the Simplon region and in the Maggia valleys as much as 100 cm. Regions bordering immediately to the north as well as the remaining parts of the Main Alpine Ridge: 30 to 50 cm. Further towards the north, the amounts of new fallen snow will rapidly diminish. Outlook During the night of Tuesday, 04.11, heavy snowfall is expected to continue above approximately 2000 m in southern regions. On the Main Alpine Ridge from the Matterhorn to the Bernina Pass and southwards therefrom, an additional 50 to 80 cm of snowfall is anticipated over widespread areas, from place to place as much as 100 cm of fresh fallen snow. As the cold front passes through, 10 to 30 cm of snowfall is anticipated in northern regions on Wednesday, in southern regions the snowfall will slacken off. In northern regions the snowfall level will drop down to about 1300 m on Wednesday, in southern regions to approximately 1700 m. The avalanche danger is expected to further increase, reaching danger level High (Level 4) during Tuesday night particularly at high altitudes in the major areas of precipitation. On Thursday, 06.11, bright intervals are anticipated in western and southern regions. In eastern regions a small amount of snowfall is expected above approximately 1500 m. The avalanche danger will diminish in southern regions more than anywhere else. http://www.slf.ch/lawinenbulletin/index_EN[/b]
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Mon 3-11-14 12:01
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Swiss meteo have now issued category 3 weather warnings for rain and strong winds over the south of the country for the next couple of days. Gusts up to 160 km/hr (from south) at altitude, rainfall up to 250mm. http://www.meteosuisse.admin.ch/web/en/danger/danger.html
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Tue 7-10-14 20:17
Replies: 28
As already identified by feef, view from the Douchka apartment block in Avoriaz. The Selectis Avoriaz office next to the Patisserie in the bottom left is a bit of a give away, even if you didn't recognise Les Hauts Forts in the background. Office Pic: http://www.selectis-avoriaz.com/en/cms/c/2/p/6-our-agencies-in-avoriaz Location Map: http://www.selectis-avoriaz.com/en/cms/c/1/p/3-plan-station
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Mon 8-09-14 20:26
Replies: 50
Brits have the right to work on a "Secondment" overseas within the EEA (not Switzerland) as long as they have been employed in the UK Ah, this is the bit I don't understand. If the law is intended to allow for employees already employed in their home country to be seconded for a limited period abroad, then how can a chalet worker who is ONLY employed to work abroad without any period of employment in the home country (both before or after) be possibly classified as being on secondment?
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Sun 7-09-14 19:57
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Always typical that most of these forecasts do not present their skill at predicting previous events, despite the ease with which this could be done (why not a simple uncertainty (stdev) on the forecast, and why the presentational gymnastics with the 'below, average, above' split?!). Nice that they admit being so wrong about August. As far as I can tell, they don't even say how the forecast is made, whether modelled or surmised or combination. Models for instance have a high degree of persistence, so if the spin up was warmer than average (which this year has been for much of the rest of the world), then the forecast will be warmer than average (however you define average). They are good at simple extrapolation, and particularly bad at predicting transitions, and the autumn-winter transition is a strong annual event in Central Europe which is particularly difficult to get right at this kind of range. For example (my Germans nicht so gut), but looking back, I notice that for the autumn 2012 they predicted November to be an especially cold month, with very high probability.. "November 2012 somit von der letzten Prognose doch deutlich, welche noch mit sehr hoher Wahrscheinlichkeit von einem zu kalten November ausgegangen ist." Yet.. Austria was in fact 2.3°C warmer than the 1971–2000 average. "Österreichweit gesehen lag dieser November um 2,3 ° C über dem vieljährigen Mittel. Beachtlich sind die Regionen von Unterkärnten, über die südliche Steiermark bis zum Südburgenland. Hier war es sogar um 3 bis 4° C wärmer, das bedeutet Platz sieben in der Messgeschichte.“ http://www.zamg.ac.at/cms/de/klima/news/vorlaeufige-bilanz-november-2012 Back to the tea leaves?
Poster: A snowHead
Tue 11-03-14 21:00
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Despite the warm weather the snow was still in great condition today especially on higher shady/north facing slopes and gullies where you can still find deep chalky powder off piste. Getting a bit heavy off piste lower down in the afternoon, but pistes were skiing great everywhere. Here are some pictures from les Hauts Forts. The Pointe de Vorlaz (aka 'the Pepsi Challenge') is also still in condition, and the ridge walk not too dodgy despite the grass/avalanche debris at the start! but usual spring rules apply and make sure of an early start. If anyone wants to try telemarking, Annie Donovan (http://www.anniedonovan.co.uk/) says she is running a taster lesson next Wednesday afternoon (19th March) at a special seasonaire rate. You will have to get hold of some gear though! I think Twinner in Avoriaz and Francois Baud in Morzine have gear to rent. The meet point is Mamos Cafe at Linderet in the Avoriaz area at 1pm. Contact French mobile +33 (0)6716 74128, annie@anniedonovan.co.uk if you are interested. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-rqa_gpn5a6Y/Ux9vj1As8SI/AAAAAAAAARE/LBp_EHWa9pA/s512/P1070743.jpg https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-gdqGyJXPL1I/Ux9wCYxlzXI/AAAAAAAAARU/fixui4FOXok/s512/P1070764.jpg
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Sat 1-03-14 18:39
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Just a quick update. I have it on good authority now that it was some ESS instructors running lessons (picking up and dropping off) on the French side that was the trigger for the clampdown. I also get the impression that the French instructors were more upset by the betrayal of trust than anything else. I am not aware however of any new restrictions, and ESF and ESS are still operating across the border according to the old understanding that they pick up and drop off on their own respective sides.
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Fri 21-02-14 6:46
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There were (allegedly) a group of 5 gendarmes skiing around Avoriaz yesterday, but then they always check instructors around the peak holiday periods (they caught 2 under qualified French instructors at New Year at Avoriaz). The rumours I have heard are that this is just a bit of sabre rattling on the part of the French, and that it is not related to the Swiss referendum which has yet to be turned into action by the Swiss parliament anyway. The real problem apparently has been some ESS instructors meeting and dropping off clients on the French side, as well as clearly skiing around with absolute beginners who are unlikely to have made it over from Switzerland. There are a lot of ESS who live on the French side, and a lot of their clients as well, and the temptation is to run the entire lesson on the French side where there is often better skiing. The agreement still holds that the ESS can ski on the French side, but ONLY as part of a lesson that starts and ends in Switzerland. Anyway, this is what the ESS in les crosets/champoussin were told yesterday. The irony of grossly under-qualified ESS instructors (in French eyes) who have for years happily skied with their clients around a French ski resort with no noticeable effect on accident statistics still appears to have been lost on the French..
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Fri 6-12-13 12:43
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Yes, you get 5 (?) tickets for local resorts in Switzerland and a similar number for France. But some (eg Chamonix) are half-price not free days. You need to ask for them when you buy your season pass and they will charge you a nominal ~1 euro for them. If they say they have 'run-out' of tickets, go somewhere else. Try and avoid Ardent since the staff selling tickets there are specially selected for their cluelessness (rough translation from the woman at Super Morzine).
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Thu 5-12-13 9:02
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All the cabins are on the new Pleney lift and it is currently running as I look out of the window. They have also had the snow cannons on, with lots of piles of freshly made snow all over the mountain. Update: piste basher spreading snow on piste B (you can tell I'm supposed to be working cant you..)
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Tue 3-12-13 23:12
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Errr, why would you ever want to get to Chatel via Lausanne from Geneva? almost double the journey time compared to Thonon, although the view from the highway above Montreux must be one of the worlds finest. Chatel snow many thanks for the video, great stuff, hope you can find the time to keep up the reports all season! there is snow here in Morzine, but be careful, there is not much base and the thin snow pack plus cold weather is creating weak layers. There was an almost fatal avalanche on the Pointe de Vorlaz (aka 'Pepsi challenge') at the weekend http://pistehors.com/swiss-skier-seriously-injured-by-avoriaz-avalanche-23098576.htm.
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Mon 2-12-13 21:32
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feef follow the facebook link already posted to read the advert "You'll be working in the mighty New Gen office in Danni Sports 40 hours a week, with office experience"
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Mon 2-12-13 21:17
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There is no official minimum wage in Switzerland. There are local agreements between employers and unions, but nothing at the federal or cantonal level. There are numerous proposals in the offing, and there will probably be a national vote next year although some cantons are trying to take the lead already (eg Neuchatel). Figures of 20CHF an hour to 4000CHF a year have been mentioned. The offer of ~12.5 CHF an hour is far less than you would earn in most menial jobs in Switzerland.
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Wed 27-11-13 11:50
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The last time I tried with a rental contract (a few years ago mind) I was told I could have swung it if I had some other proof of residence like an EDF bill in my name. The interpretation of the rules still seems to vary depending on who you get across the counter. The general guideline is: Indigène : Habitant de Haute-Savoie et/ou propriétaire d'une résidence secondaire dans la station. I think that Haute Savoie is matched by the equivalent Canton Valais on the Swiss side, but not Vaud. Dont forget to ask for your discount tickets for the other Swiss/French resorts! (~1 euro)! (they dont always tell you about these)
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Thu 21-11-13 7:29
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The Mossettes web cam is back up and running: http://portesdusoleil.livecam360.com/
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Tue 19-11-13 15:49
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As Fatbob says, skis should be fine, just be aware of the existing screw holes when it comes to fitting a new binding. Go for 75NN boot/bindings if you are on a budget since both new and second hand are cheaper and more readily available than NTN. However, if you can afford it, and especially if you are already in the market for both boots and bindings, I would recommend the NTN for the extra power, control and (step in) convenience. Scott have just taken over the ski boot range of Garmont, and you can still find some heavily discounted Garmont NTN Prophets out there which are identical to the rebadged Scott NTN Voodoo (eg. http://www.telemark-shop.fr/LES_BONS_COUPS-CHAUSSURES-NTN-GARMONT-prophet_g_fit,105,0,p.html). I have a 41+ foot size and ski size 26 Prophets ('race fit' if you like!). NTN Rottefella bindings are made in a small and large, and if you go smaller mondo than this then you will need the small size binding. Best of luck.
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Tue 19-11-13 15:18
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It seems that there will be no Tracker 3 for the 2013-14 season. Posted on the snowshepperd.co.uk website "BCA and K2 Sports have informed us they are not launching the T3 for this season but it will be available for the 2014 2015 season, we are sure that while this is huge dissapointment for many, BCA are doing this in the best interests of the customer becuase the unit is not 100% as they would like it."
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