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Poster: A snowHead
Wed 27-01-16 18:42
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Anyone got any recommendations? Will be out in Les Carroz next week (Wk1 Feb) and if there's any new snow I was hoping to find a guide for a day or half day. Thanks.
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Sat 16-01-16 14:53
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name.
Sat 16-01-16 14:18
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Heading to Les Carroz at end of the month, with our three wee ones. They're probably ready for the bigger trip from LC over to Flaine now, but I remember Tourmaline as being a bit rough for a blue last time I went down. If it's in poor condition, does anyone use Grand Vans chair to get down to the Flaine bowl or is that a crazy idea? I know the kids will love some of the runs in Flaine and will feel so chuffed to have gone all that way, but I'm a bit worried Tourmaline could get us off to a bad start. Any ideas? While I'm here, does anyone know of any guides for off-piste around Les Carroz for when I get a half day to go and do my own thing?? Cheers
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