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Seeking to join group in Alps

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Greetings... I am an intermediate skier, recently separated from "the wife" and (therefore) most of the ski groups I would normally would have joined. I'm looking to join a like-minded group (i.e. giggles and apres ski is as important at the skiing) in the Alps (preferably high-ish) for one of the following weeks (commencing): 29 Jan; 26 Feb; 5 March or 19 March. Please email me on if you've got a spare slot - or any other bright ideas!! I live in Herts so would look to fly from a South East airport. Cheers, John
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
tomcatuk, welcome to snowheads, we've got some snowheads in our chalet in the week commencing 20th Feb and availability for the 6th March. Have a look at our ad in snowShops or got to our website
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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?
tomcatuk, Welcome to Snowheads!

The usual option for solo travellers is to book everything independently and stay at a resort hotel that doesn't charge single suppliments. Or wait till the very last minute (a few days before departure) and wrangle yourself a cheap last minute deal from one of the main UK Tour Operators desperate to fill beds. They appear to drop any single suppliments if they can't otherwise fill the room. Although, from experience, this really only works sucessfully for French resorts.

There's a fair amount of discussion on this site regarding both should try a search (user facilities drop down box), or someone else might be able to post up the link??? (please!)

I've also sent you a PM on this topic.

Also the Ski Club of Great Britian provide "ski hosting" in a number of resorts - you can usually try a day for free and without having to join up. As well as leading you round the better bits of the piste map, it could put you in contact with a number of keen like-minded skiers.

Happy skiing!
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