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 Poster: A snowHead
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Sort of carrying on from a discussion in the "Suggestions/Requests" forum, but would anybody else be interested in detailed piste 'guides'? Along the lines of walking guides, rather than just being a rough diagram of the lifts and pistes it would be a written description with details like when particular lifts got busy and useful round trips...

Or is it best to head up the mountain and go for it?
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A bit like the 'Unnoficial guide to *****'..... sounds like a nice idea to me, but alot of work.... then again, you'd have alot of fun Wink

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i thought about doing this a couple of years ago - a bit of an excuse for spending extra time in one or two of my favourite resorts. I had in mind a sort of "Wainwright's" guide to the pistes (if you're familiar with those splendid fell walking books). Didn't do anything about it in the end. This was partly due to the admittedly selfish desire to keep the best places secret. Well, if not exactly secret, at least not to popularise them too much.
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Welcome to snowHeads, davidcgriffiths snowHead snowHead
Brilliant idea, Ian. I'm just in the process of enrolling a friend in the best runs for my ability in Val D, so that I don't scare myself silly... rolling eyes
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Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Dont know if this is out of date but it might still be useful

http://www.valdisereexperience.com/english/6days.html

Hope its ok to link to other sites?
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keving8, that along the lines of what I was thinking.

Linking is fine (and to be encouraged in fact!)
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 Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
I would like guides that suggests different routes to take around the ski areas especially the larger area using all the lifts and ski routes etc.
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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!
I have had this sort of thing in mind for a while and setup a wiki web site to do it called Snowspots.org. The idea is to have people describe their favourite runs and to be able to take a virtual itinerary by clicking links from one connected run to another or from a run to a lift and then choose another run from the "top" of that lift etc.

So far I have got the infrastructure in place but have not populated much on the site. For the moment I am viewing it as a kind of personal notebook to which others are welcome to contribute. Feel free to add a run or two.
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So we have no excuse for not getting on with it now!

Love the pictures of the Back Coires here
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want me to get a full set for where im going?
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come on guys and girls. As long as we all muck in it will be easy. Lets start with one map, on resort, and lets take it from there...
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