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Les Arcs 1950 - An Easter holiday 2019 trip report - Our first time driving down.

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
@Arctic Roll, I'm not totally sure when we will be in Les Arcs over the summer. My summer plans at the moment revolve around the Dolomites in August for about 2 1/2 weeks. So will probably come out to Les Arcs somewhere near the early part of July and stay until mid July, but now you mention the tour passing through Bourg we may stay lalter.

Our plans are for a few days of VTT, a couple of walks - like you over in the Cormet or from the petite st Bernard and some more serious glacier walking (upto about 45 degrees). We will also spend some time sport climbing and perhaps via ferrata, though to be honest I'm starting to get a little bored with via ferrata (I know, heresy)

We may well cross - if it looks likely I contact you and perhaps arrange a drink
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Excellent. we've a number of visitors popping in and out, as well as the usual crew of 1950 regulars, including a couple of s:heads. Would be great to catch up and invite you over to our side of the mountain if you are in the area.
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