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Strangest ski lesson?

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Mine was in Courchevel, with an ESF ski instructor. After arriving very late, our well-fuelled instructor gave us a "lesson" which consisted of skiing in front of us straight down each slope in order to visit either a bar or a toilet after every run. To finish he brought us up the steepest drag lift I have ever encountered Shocked (some of you snowheads out there must have at least seen this drag - but I'm sure you all found an alternative route). I didn't learn anything but at least I can say I have been up that draglift!
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Skiing off-piste with an instructor in Wengen back in the nineties. We were stood on top of a hillock, and our instructor pointed down and set off. Having travelled around 10 metres, she completely disappeared into a pocket of powder that must have been 2 metres deep.

One bloke decided to follow her......
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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?
Meister Jäger wrote:
Mine was in Courchevel, ... he brought us up the steepest drag lift I have ever encountered


probably the Creux - its been replaced by a chair this year. Had a 30 degree section on it.
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30 degrees ..... no way .... really!!??! thats complete lunacy Shocked
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Been there - very sore on the ankles. Didn't realise they could bend that far.

.....and, yes, it is complete lunacy
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It's the drags that go downhill that cause soreness - and not in the ankles Mr. Green
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