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les arc off piste -guide or lessons

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
snowcrazy wrote:
snowball, hi hope you have a great season. Give me a bell if you are over this way during the season, be fun to have another ski with you.

Thanks, that would be good some other time but this season we will be at St Anton, Montgenevre and Arabba

I know you were referring to that book, but the nickname over here for it is 'the death book' as some seasonnaires have been known to photocopy the pages then try to find the routes. The problem being I have been shown the pages in the bar and asked how to find some routes. I declined getting involved. Most of the youngsters do not carry any safety gear that i have met. Quote one last season. 'I do not need that stuff, I ride to fast and it will not happen to me!' Evil or Very Mad
Sad Very stupid. Other than one simple route I have only used the book as inspiration - though I have followed routes from books about other areas that seemed to be conservative in current conditions, and obviously done a small number with a guide (Chris Harrop).
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