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Poster: A snowHead
Tue 7-03-17 16:27
Replies: 10
We've stayed in twice in the Majestic apartments close to the bottom of the lobster pots and tourist office. A few mins walk to the pots in the morning (kids didn't moan it was too far) and only a few mins wait during 1/2 term. It's a quiet area with a few shops and restaurants nearby, the bigger supermarket is a 5mins walk. I wouldn't stay at the mid point of the lobster pots though, the queues in the morning were much longer.
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Thu 23-02-17 12:47
Replies: 4
Excellent thank you. Is getting back just the same in reverse..
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Thu 23-02-17 11:24
Replies: 4
Hiya, Im off to St Anton in a few days and have never been before. Can anyone guide me around? piste to lifts /routes and links.. or is it so obvious i cannot go wrong? I would like to get over to the Lech side so I think this is Flexenbahn lift, how do I get there ?? cheers Jason.
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Wed 18-01-17 8:38
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I used booking.com and found a single room in the place below for the same dates, I think it is full but it might be worth contacting the owner to see if they know of other availability. http://www.arlberg.com/haus-krammer/
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Fri 13-01-17 14:27
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st anton Feb 2017 Solo male mid 40's, intermediate skier. Wife staying at home, daughter off skiing with mates. Be nice to ski with someone / have a beer if you're out there. Have never been St Anton before so little apprehensive.
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Tue 10-01-17 10:53
Replies: 37
I'm taking the chance this year and have booked a solo ski trip. Similar situation, in my mid 40's, daughter off skiing with mates this year and the wife has given up.. Never done this before so hope it works out. I will be putting a call out on the snowbuddy page..
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Mon 19-12-16 15:05
Replies: 13
Ive booked the 25th Feb for 1 week. I usually ski with my teenage daughter as the wife doesn't ski, but daughter is off skiing with her friends family this year so I am alone. Flying from gatwick and will probably catch the train to St Anton. Intermediate skier, OK on everything but the iciest of blacks.. mid 40's.. be nice to ski and have a beer with a group.. Jason.
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Fri 19-02-16 8:57
Replies: 5115
3" of snow overnight here in ADH. Blue skies trying to break through.
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Sat 13-02-16 18:04
Replies: 285
My beer assistant is working the kronenbougs for me here in Alpe Dhuez, we stopped overnight once past Troyes then this morning set off again, few delays on the D43 for 20mins or so but no majors.
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Fri 8-01-16 11:55
Replies: 20
The mobile lite G2 device is also great for putting a few movies on a spare USB stick so the kids can connect to it and watch films on their iPads, I think it allows up to 6 connected devices at any time all watching a different movie! Highly recommended!
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Sat 2-01-16 16:30
Replies: 21
We are driving to the Alps this year so I have bought a roof box for our skis etc. dumb Q 1, is there a preferred way of packing? strapping down? Dumb Q 2, apart from skis and pole what else do you put in there?? cheers Jason
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Thu 19-11-15 16:09
Replies: 16
pm sent. We have to give it a shot, that or miss out due to airlines ripping off parents stuck to school holidays.... Tunnel booked for Friday afternoon, will do a overnight hotel. We return late Sat so will leave resort late Friday and split the return journey. All part of the adventure.. Car is 4wd SUV with snow tyres fitted, just need some chains. can't do Xmas/New Year due to families and work.
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Thu 19-11-15 13:05
Replies: 16
thanks again for the replies, appreciated. I think the future for us is driving, the daughter is now in high school so the holiday has to be 1/2 term, I can drive 4 people there for the price of 1* 1/2 term flight price. That and the wife dislikes winter flying turbulence. I think I will go ahead with some skis and boots, I will get something around the 175-178cm range and then test at the Snowzone, if there not suitable I will resell for no loss.
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Wed 18-11-15 21:49
Replies: 16
I think maybe the easier turn is why I felt OK on them. Especially in steeper icy conditions, whilst not really a speed demon. Time to man up..
Poster: A snowHead
Wed 18-11-15 17:39
Replies: 16
Thank you for the replies. I will look for something longer. I was looking at that as I had been happy with that length before, but there are lots of options and I will take you're advice. As for boots I was hoping to buy 2nd hand that had minimal usage.. trying to keep the costs down. Up to now I have rented each year and always been happy with the boots supplied.
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Wed 18-11-15 14:34
Replies: 16
Hi, Need some advice. We are driving to Alpe D'huez this year as 1/2 term flight prices are shocking. Thought I might invest in my 1st pair of skis as I have the room to take much more stuff (roof box). My best ski year was in Austria a few years ago, granted conditions were fantastic but I felt I progressed a lot and really enjoyed the skis, so much I made a mental note of size and model (Atomic Nomad 163). Not realising there are many different Nomads.. Searching around I really like the sound of Rossignal E83, I have seen a pair at length 168cm, would this be unsuitable? Also looking at a pair of Salomon mission 10 boots as well. If not are there any makes/models my be better for me? About me, mid 40s bloke, 5,10", 85kgs, the usual 1 week per year - 10years + skiing/snowboarding. Like to practice the carving, moguls but really prefer red runs, last year was OK on all terrains - even though the beginning of La Sarenne was a bit icy. Don't normally take lessons but my wife gave up with injury last year so me and the Daughter took the afternoons with her instructor, he led all over the mountain and off piste and that was cool.
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Fri 6-02-15 14:25
Replies: 42
Same problem. This year resolved by flying Sunday to Sunday as it was a 3rd of the price of Friday eve or Saturday flying, BensBus to Alpe D'huez and then renting a private apartment. The difficulty was finding an apartment that lets you book Sunday to Sunday, but they are about. Were SC this year but we managed to get 2 adults and 1 child for the price of 1 adult FB in a decent hotel.
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Thu 15-01-15 17:54
Replies: 3
excellent thank you, I have emailed those listed, VO coaching also fully booked.. hopefully get a result with 1 of the others. cheers Jason.
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Thu 15-01-15 13:55
Replies: 3
Hi, 1st post I think, I have a weeks skiing during 1/2 term booked at Alpe D'huez and need to book lessons for the Mrs.. wanted Masterclass but they don't have any availability.. does anyone have any recommendations for a beginner, would prefer private over a group. cheers Jason
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