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Poster: A snowHead
Sat 17-02-18 21:47
Replies: 29
Her face was an absolute picture - clearly stunned - great to see.
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Wed 14-02-18 20:00
Replies: 36
Depends if they’re wearing a helmet or not!
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name.
Tue 13-02-18 9:48
Replies: 11
@compostcorner, the OP asked for a recommendation in London. Profeet is in London.
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Tue 13-02-18 9:43
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Three Vallee Transfers are good.
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Sun 11-02-18 19:43
Replies: 42
I ski in my pilots uniform ( including peaked cap) while skiing - impresses the ladies. Also smoke Peter Stuyvesant on the chairlift- always with the bar up!!
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Fri 9-02-18 19:25
Replies: 47
That’s how it works. Book early to get exactly what you want. Book last minute if you’re flexible.
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Fri 9-02-18 10:45
Replies: 49
@andyrew, may be time to contact the Daily Mail!
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Wed 7-02-18 22:15
Replies: 35
Total bell end!!
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Mon 5-02-18 9:23
Replies: 49
Similar thing happened to me with ski boots- they were delivered to my house a few days later. They’re used to it - happens every single day. Very annoying though. Always take boots in hand luggage now - not so easy with skis.
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Sun 4-02-18 20:41
Replies: 87
Cat tracks. Protect the soles of your ski boots and stop me falling a over t on icy footpaths!!
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Sun 4-02-18 20:38
Replies: 87
Cat tracks. Protect the soles of your ski boots and stop me falling a over t on icy footpaths!!
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Fri 2-02-18 14:22
Replies: 52
+1 for Le Clos Bernard (if you can find it)!!
You know it makes sense.
Mon 29-01-18 11:22
Replies: 7
@Frosty the Snowman, they seem to have a wide range- is there one specific model you would suggest?
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Fri 26-01-18 15:41
Replies: 28
@mikeycharlton, 😂😂 you beat me to it!!
Poster: A snowHead
Wed 24-01-18 23:24
Replies: 18
Hate to state the obvious but have you seen a doctor?
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Wed 24-01-18 23:20
Replies: 18
Hate to state the obvious but have you seen a doctor?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name.
Wed 24-01-18 12:01
Replies: 24
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Tue 16-01-18 22:20
Replies: 5
Only 2 in Le Praz. Olympic (opp Hotel Peupliers) and Gormier - just down the road from there.
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Sun 14-01-18 14:09
Replies: 25
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Sat 13-01-18 23:03
Replies: 24
@scotspikey, welcome to the Mojo Club.
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Sat 13-01-18 15:12
Replies: 72
Skies around -29 in PDS once. Absolutely freezing, lots of hot drink stops but wouldn’t do it again. I reckon-25’s my limit.
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Sat 13-01-18 15:10
Replies: 72
Skies around -29 in PDS once. Absolutely freezing, lots of hot drink stops but wouldn’t do it again. I reckon-25’s my limit.
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Sat 13-01-18 15:05
Replies: 25
@PeakyB, @Markymark29, I think @valais2, has done this to thread to keep the other thread clear of ‘I got lost stories’.
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Fri 12-01-18 13:28
Replies: 10
@Charliegolf, I have bunions on both feet- the left being very big/ massive! Both boots have been blown by CEM - a straightforward job for someone who knows what they’re doing.
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Thu 11-01-18 20:24
Replies: 17
I had SX90’s. Worst boots I ever had - unbelievably I sold them. My wife had SX60’s - they went in the skip.
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Wed 10-01-18 14:47
Replies: 19
You know it makes sense.
Sat 6-01-18 17:59
Replies: 1
Sport Hagleitner sorted me out a few years ago - made me some excellent insoles and blew the boots where needed. Marc Hagleitner speaks excellent English.
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Fri 5-01-18 13:33
Replies: 66
As suggested by@flangesax, Hochkoenig area worth looking at. Good connected system, decent size but not massive. Lots of reasonably priced mountain restaurants for lunchtime rendezvous. We stayed in Maria Alm - a couple of runs from the village itself but most people take the ski bus (5 minutes) to the Aberg lift which connects with the whole lift system.
Poster: A snowHead
Mon 1-01-18 10:19
Replies: 91
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Sat 23-12-17 14:47
Replies: 88
@HoneyBunny, - been a while, just about to liven up too :-D
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Fri 22-12-17 20:56
Replies: 31
Courchevel 1650 would be perfect. Lots of wide open runs, no narrow path back to village.
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Fri 22-12-17 12:50
Replies: 20
Best not to go on a Wednesday- it’s most chalets day off and this seems to put the whole 3 Vallees in ‘explore’ mode, that’s my impression anyway. As said earlier, don’t cut in too fine coming back. It’s a long way back from the 4th valley and it’s no fun caning it down a crowded piste into Mottaret just as the sun’s going down and the snow’s firming up!!
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Thu 21-12-17 17:31
Replies: 20
Not forgetting the great skiing in Courchevel itself - Combe Pylonnes, M, Suisses. The couloirs and of course Jockeys into Le Praz at the end of the day is a must. As @jedster, says if it’s crowded head over to 1650 - never busy over there.
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Thu 21-12-17 17:00
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I think there’s only two hire shops in Le Praz - Gormier and Olympic (both centrally located). Friends have used Olympic - what they hired looked a good standard to me.
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Thu 21-12-17 9:54
Replies: 75
@On the rocks, @Alastair Pink, perhaps the fitter was watching porn at the time :-D :-D
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Wed 20-12-17 14:26
Replies: 75
They charge top dollar so you’re entitled to a first class product. Sure you may need to go back for some tweaking but they shouldn’t allow rubbish like that to leave the shop - it’s called quality control!!
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Mon 18-12-17 17:55
Replies: 75
Not qualified to talk about the liners but those footbeds are a joke - no way will that bond after a few days, you’ll just end up with a lump under your heel. Fix “free of charge” - they’re taking the p**s!! Very shoddy workmanship- get your money back and go elsewhere.
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Sat 16-12-17 21:33
Replies: 18
Les Gets would be worth a look. Decent ski area and a lovely village. Could meet mid station for lunch rendezvous.
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Thu 14-12-17 18:11
Replies: 16
I used Hagleitners some years ago - really good. I have quite awkward shaped feet - they sorted me out. Go on your first day and keep going back if they need tweaking.
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Wed 29-11-17 17:50
Replies: 25
@Jonathan Bell, Thanks for asking - op went well and doing well. Following all the tips and advice you have given in recent years. Bought a Cryocuff and ice and elevate every day. Have got a straight knee and about 75 degrees of bend. I’m 60, had a patellectomy at 23 (football) and lateral menisectomy at 25(rugby). Haven’t seen a straight knee for 6/7 years and also developed 20 degree valgus - which has also been rectified. A PS joint was fitted. Crutches will give way to walking sticks very soon I think. I’m delighted with the outcome so far - long way to go I know but going well. :D :D :sH:
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