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Drinking and Skiing

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I like to have a beer at lunch, that is part of the whole experience.
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Lilledonmarco wrote:
pretty simple for me - I only ever drink after the skiing is done for the day. Just not worth it. I am more concerned about other idiots that have 6 pints somewhere mid-mountain and then ski down...not cool


6 pints mid-mountain means making your way back to the top to ski down to the apres ski bar at the bottom.

There again, we are used to drinking. Its classed as a Hobby in Wales.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
I suspect this is a gross exaggeration. How do they know who was under the influence or had even just had a drink, how many people would tell their insurers that they were drunk at the time? Yes of course there will be some accidents and incidents in which drink is clearly implicated and the insurers can probably decline claims arising out of such incidents but they need to prove that alcohol was the operative cause of the issue, ie that the injured person was (a) drunk and (b) the alcohol was at least in part the cause of the event which caused the injury. Once again rubbish journalism imho.
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Ghost Dog wrote:
If nobody drank at lunchtimes there would soon be no huts. Everything in moderation. A couple of small Gerwurz at lunch in Alta Badia is surely compulsory?


Plenty of soft / hot drinks to choose from and if anything like the UK higher profit I expect
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Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Is having a couple of drinks through the day really that different to people I see skiing with headphones in? Or the weed smokers? Or people filming. Not really. All effect people's reaction times.

Soon we will be saying that you can't ski unless you've had a minimum 7 hours sleep.

The issue is....as with everything...is people who go to excess.
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@HoneyBunny, She has many videos of that night, including a 20 minute ascent of a 15 metre slope behind the hut, on my knees and falling over constantly.
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@Fridge03, look out, the puritans are coming!
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
When skiing in Colorado we never drank on piste a joint was more order of the day
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Jagertee at 11 - one of life’s little pleasures... and a Radler at lunch is always welcome
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