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Best blues and greens

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foxtrotzulu wrote:
I know it's not really playing the game, but I'd nominate Jerusalem as the best 'blue'. I can't think of a single bit that is hard enough to make it genuine red and the fact that it is so wide and empty means that IMO it should really be classed as a blue.

Is there a tricky section I've forgotten?
The very top section, if it were busy or bare, could possibly be red due to its steepness. It is never busy and has a great run out. My mate did pap hi pants whn hooning down the rioller section - He took off on the lip of one big roller and achieved an altitude of 6 inches for the entire backside of the roller.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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"Marvel"

It's in the Flaine area and runs down to Morillon. Just the right pitch and twisty enough that you sort of GS it all the way without going stupidly fast.
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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?
Marvel (green) at Morillon. A lovely long descent through the woods - enough gradient to cruise pretty much all the way.
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Also just remembered mont blanc above les arcs 1600 was so good when we went in January that we did it 3 times in a row on our last afternoon.
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Creux in Courchevel is a cracking Blue. The bottom half (from the bottom of the Chanrossa Chairlft and below) is just beautiful. Lovely gradients, fantastic carving piste with large rollers and undulations making it great fun for airborne transitions.
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foxtrotzulu wrote:
I know it's not really playing the game, but I'd nominate Jerusalem as the best 'blue'. I can't think of a single bit that is hard enough to make it genuine red and the fact that it is so wide and empty means that IMO it should really be classed as a blue.

Is there a tricky section I've forgotten?

A perfectly valid nomination, because apart from the steep bit at the top, it is now a blue Very Happy
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Another vote for Marvel down to Morillon 1100 Smile
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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!
@balernoStu, yep i was there in Jan and we stay in La Tania, so i'd ski twice every morning as a warm up Very Happy
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