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Poster: A snowHead
Mon 21-01-19 14:37
Replies: 10
Thanks for the replies and links. Yeah, it looks from the piste maps that’s it’s easy/straightforward to get around (up one side of a valley, down the next). Just wanted to see if that was the case. We’ve got a private lesson booked for the Sunday & Monday afternoon, so will pick the instructor’s brains for the rest of the week.
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Fri 18-01-19 21:31
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I’m looking for your recommendations/advice for on piste routes in the 3Vs. First time visiting there, Feb half-term, staying in La Tania. Happy on reds and the odd easy black. What’s a good circuit around Courchevel? Best way to and back from Val Thorens? Any out of the way spots where we might be able to avoid the crowds? Any pistes worth avoiding? Thanks for any advice.
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Thu 22-03-18 9:36
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@valais2, thanks for that link
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Thu 22-03-18 9:30
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@dp, Yep, agree with all that. They can do all of the above. Just want, if possible, for the first one to be at the easier end of the scale.
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Thu 22-03-18 9:28
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@Pejoli, Ok, thanks perhaps we’ll have a look at that
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Wed 21-03-18 22:51
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Heading to L2A next week, kids are on at me to take them on their first black run. So, do you have a recommendation for one, or ones we should avoid? Something groomed and wide would be good. Thanks.
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Tue 6-03-18 14:53
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@TQA, @Layne, good shouts for the smaller places, it’s too easy to focus on the swanky high-up areas
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Mon 5-03-18 20:37
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We’re looking to go to one of the bigger resorts next year and considering either 3V or EK, but which one and where should we stay? Bewildered by the choice, so some suggestions please to help narrow things down/see what’s realistic. It’ll be Feb 1/2 term, 2 adults, 2 kids (11 & 13). Piste skiing only, all 4 happy on reds. Kids will prob have 5 x morning lessons, wife and I maybe a couple of morning private lessons. We’ll drive, so need parking. Looking for self catering accomodation, 1 bedroom would be ok. Would quite like ski in-ski out, but let’s say around max 5 mins walk. Not worried about nightlife, but would be nice to be able to wander round town in the evening. If staying in a less rowdy area meant a bit further from the slopes, then I think we’d opt for that. Would like to keep accomodation cost below €1,500. Any thoughts/advice appreciated.
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Fri 17-02-17 11:00
Replies: 4
OK, thanks. L2A it is then!
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Thu 16-02-17 14:55
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Considering a second trip this season. We can only go over the Easter weekend, mid April for 4 days skiing, so looking at high resorts. Also, to make it financially viable I'm using a load of Hotels.com free nights which limits our accomodation choices. Family of 4 & we'll drive (Tesco vouchers for the tunnel). We've never skied that late in the season before. Val Thorens, Tignes, Cervinia, Austria, Les Arc, Avoriaz, Switzerland either too expensive or haven't got free nights available. So I'm looking at Flaine or L2A, thinking L2A will be a safer bet and we haven't been there before so a bonus. Anywhere else worth considering? Is it likely at that time of year in L2A that the runs back into town will be open, or is it more likely that we'll be getting the gondola back in the afternoon? Advice appreciated.
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