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@gendal, welcome to snowheads and thanks for posting. Your report ties in with another I received from a friend in Facebook. I am still hanging on - but I think it increasingly unlikely I shall go skiing this year. Again. Sad
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Thanks @achilles! I've been here for some time, just never had anything worth saying until now Smile

I know everybody's risk tolerance varies and, for some, health considerations mean that a personal 'zero unnecessary risk of infection' strategy has to be the way to go. But I should say that, knowing what I know now, we wouldn't have cancelled the holiday or done anything differently when there. Indeed, it almost feels like we ended up with the perfect outcome. I know this is a bad case of survivorship bias, but we had a full week of amazing weather and fun skiing, didn't start to feel ill until the very end, and our negative in-resort LFTs give us (some) comfort we weren't infectious to anybody else until we got back and were isolating. Until quite recently, we'd have had to isolate upon return in any case, so the forced quarantine is no great hardship and if, as seems likely, we would probably catch Omicron at some point in any case, having it soon after we were boosted is perhaps no bad thing. I guess what I'm trying to say is: for those who genuinely can (or must) eliminate all unavoidable infection risks in perpetuity then going skiing (at least in the 3V) right now is probably not the world's best idea. But if one is already exposed to some risk day-to-day in any case and are already resigned to the belief you'll get it eventually, there are perhaps worse things than having the positive benefits of a trip followed immediately by isolating, knowing it's not long since being boosted and the present dominant variant is, for many (not all, admittedly) people, not a big deal. Through that lens, perhaps the biggest risk is catching it too early in the holiday and hence testing positive when there, which perhaps points towards a strategy of far greater caution in the first few days, easing off towards the end?
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The thought of being stuck in a passport control queue at Heathrow/Gatwick terrifies me

Lots of good advice above. I was struck by this statement of yours. If you are "terrified" of catching Covid, you shouldn't go to France in what will be one of the busiest weeks of the season (first week in March is still French school holidays). In fact, if you are "terrified" of catching Covid, which is going to be endemic, you really shouldn't go anywhere, ever, where you will be with other people. No restaurants, theatres, cinemas, parties, weddings, funerals.

Unless you can get the risks into proportion (just as you always have done, subconsciously, every time you've been out in a car, or skiing on a busy piste) you might be better staying at home.

NOT that I'm suggesting that. But accepting that it's quite possible that you will catch Covid at some time, whether you stay at home or go skiing, is an essential first step. You are highly likely to catch Covid at some time - as we all are - but very unlikely to get very ill, or die. And that's the best that any of us can say.
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@picnic64, perhaps consider flying from London City on the smaller planes, I’m doing that to Salzburg in March.
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Here's what I would do if I wanted to minimise my risk (just on the way back from a package to Avoriaz which was definitely not a trip to go on if you were worried about covid!)

-Drive via Eurotunnel
-Book an Airbnb or self catering accommodation with a key safe/remote pickup and checkout
- *important* book only resorts where you can avoid telecabines and which are very quiet. This would include a lot of lesser known and quiet french resorts, small family resorts. Maybe praz sur arly, st jean d'aulps, praz sommand, chapelle d'abondance - that type of thing.
- order groceries delivery from super U or similar, or click and collect.
- only take chairlifts. Even if someone else gets on with you I think it's really unlikely you would catch covid, the air is constantly flowing back away from you.
- take lunch out with you.
- avoid the restaurants etc.
- take a ffp2 mask for anything like slopes on the toilets, lift queues etc.

I am pretty sure you could avoid catching covid with these conditions.
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But there won't be any quiet French resorts in the first week of March.
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True, so I'd insert a point, I'm missing- don't go during the French school holidays.
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pam w wrote:
In fact, if you are "terrified" of catching Covid, which is going to be endemic, you really shouldn't go anywhere, ever, where you will be with other people. No restaurants, theatres, cinemas, parties, weddings, funerals.
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You are highly likely to catch Covid at some time - as we all are - but very unlikely to get very ill, or die. And that's the best that any of us can say.

So many people had hinted that catching Covid is inevitable. But that's not at all true!

Once the majority of people have acquired immunity by virtue of catching it, your chance of catching it from others decrease accordingly!

So wait, wait a bit more, eventually, anyone who can catch it would have caught it. Then there's no one for you to catch it from! aka herd immunity protection!

The worse is to go out and mix with others when half of the people haven't gotten it and ARE catching it (and passing it on) at that moment. You'll be part of those who will catch it en mass.

Between those 2 extremes are where things get fuzzy. I'm not immunocompromised. So I intend to go out and mix with others as soon as the "peak" disappeared. Knowing I'm not 100% safe, but also know I'm a whole lot safer than earlier. when half of the people around are virus hosts.


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The chances of catching Covid in the last month or so has been much higher than it was, say, six months ago. The case numbers in France are historically high at the moment - there will be masses of "virus hosts" throughout the French Alps. Or up the road, anywhere in the UK, for that matter. The acquisition of "herd immunity" is not a linear process - most of us probably people who have had Covid before but who have caught Omicron. And in my neck of the southern English woods, everybody knows FAR more people with it now, than in the past, especially if they have any school kids in their acquaintances.
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To provide balance to other posts on people actually getting covid. Camme back from 5 days in Chamonix last week, and at least thus far have not caught covid. Full Easyjet flight out and back. Bus rides to the lifts 30mins or more each way on 4 of the days. Bus's.... as you can imagine, full. Gondola to the slopes each day, sometimes just me and my mate, sometimes with others.

Mask wearing at airport, on plane and 'mostly' on the bus and gondola's was good. It felt like people were being respectful.

Went out for dinner each night, and a few bars - no mask wearing in those venues and limited checking of Pass Sanitaire. Took in an Ice Hockey game one night and the packed bar during the interval felt like the most risky place i have been in 2 years. Jam packed with locals and visitors alike.

I am 50+, triple jabbed (booster in November).
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There is a difference between:
Catching Covid
Being hospitalised with Covid
Dying from Covid

It seems more likely these days that one will catch it but less likely that one will be hospitalised or die from it.

As above, go outside holidays, stay in a car and S/c accommodation, walk to the slopes, avoid enclosed lifts, and wear FFP up lifts if you wish.

Up to you. Hope you manage to get out this season Smile
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Just to add to the points made about how well covid protocols are being enforced in different places. In the past 2-3 weeks I've skied in France (Tignes), Italy (Courmayeur and Pila) and Switzerland (Verbier). The approaches have been very different. In Tignes there are mask rules, but they are not clearly defined or enforced. In Italy, there are strict mask rules, which are well-enforced by the lifties, especially during busy periods, plus the general skiing public generally also is pretty good at mask wearing - you have to wear FFP2 masks a lot of the time here, so most people have them, and wear them properly. Less so the foreign tourists. In Switzerland it's like Covid happened last year. There are mask rules, but they seem to be generally ignored (unlike last year when fellow cable car riders would tell you off if your mask slipped slightly). So I would say that is also a consideration. In order to feel safe, I think I'd head to a small Italian (or perhaps Spanish - similar mask discipline generally in Spain) resort which mostly caters for local skiers rather than foreign tourists. Good luck!
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Good thread and some inspiring stories. At the PreBb a week ago in Italy FFP2 mask compliance was high on lifts and elsewhere. If you're not wedded to les arcs and would risk flying the ski experience would be better IMHO
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@picnic64, my advice. Don't risk it. I've just got back from the PreBB/BB in Italy. Adherence to wearing masks was very high amongst all skiers and bar staff. We had to be fully vaccinated to go into shops, bars and onto ski lifts etc. But it didn't stop me catching it. I have had both jabs, plus the booster and had already had it back in May 2020, although I was assymptomatic. My room mate on the holiday is currently testing negative, even though we shared a room for two weeks, ate every meal together and drove back in the same car for nearly two hours, without wearing masks.

I guess I had become blase'. I thought - I'm fully jabbed and had it before (albeit assymptomatic). But now have a cough; which I really hope does not get any worse.

It's like playing Russian Roulette. As Clint Eastwood said. "Do you feel lucky". It's pretty scarey when you see the test shows you are positive. Luckily, my wife, who like you, is clinically critically vulnerable, moved in with my daughter just before I arrived home.
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If I was immunocompromised or worried about catching covid then I would definitely be hesitant about flying. Our flight to Venice on Saturday had an Italian couple with a small child, probably only 3 or 4 years old, with a horrible cough and who the parents were dosing with calpol regularly.

I suspect it will have been covid. It didn’t really bother me as I’m quite relaxed about the whole thing, but if it’s a going to be a problem for you then you definitely wouldn’t want to be seated near them.
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@picnic64, at the end of all that discussion I am really hoping that you will find a way of going skiing you are comfortable with and then report back on how brilliant it turned out. It sounds to me you could desparately do with getting back to things you enjoy away from the comfort zone of your own home.
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DanishRider wrote:
Let’s put it this way: We were 9 persons going to Les Arcs in January, and 8 came back with Covid. In your situation I would wait until after peak season is done.


Did you go out much? Bars? Restaurants? Apres ski?

It would be helpful if you let us know what you got up to and whether you frequented crowded places when you were there. Puzzled
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As background, there has been some research into transmissibility in standard 4-8 person gondolas and the larger 'jumbo' gondolas. The conclusion was that for the typical 10-12 minute ride, with people wearing masks, the smaller gondolas could be ventilated well enough to substantially minimise the risk of transmission i.e. you want all the windows open. The problems come with the much larger 'jumbo' gondolas which have pretty poor ventilation by comparison i.e. these are to be avoided.

So what we've done has been to simply not use any of the 'jumbos' in our ski area but take the risk with the smaller gondolas. and obviously, not eat out in the evening or lunchtime. That exclusion has denied us about 10% of the runs in the area but that's no big deal as far as we're concerned. We've also self-catered and absolutely not been to any bars or restaurants. In that way, we feel that subjectively, we're not taking any greater risks than if we were at home i.e. if we do contract Covid (or anything else) then it's just as likely that we'd have got it if we'd stayed at home (where we now go to shops, petrol stations, get the occasional train, see relatives etc.).

If you crunch the numbers, it seems to me that the riskiest thing to do is to spend 1-2 hours in an indoor bar or restaurant - With everything else coming a long way behind that in terms of risk, because mask-wearing minimises the transmissibility and the much shorter exposure time greatly reduces the risk further.


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@picnic64, my advice. Don't risk it. I've just got back from the PreBB/BB in Italy. Adherence to wearing masks was very high amongst all skiers and bar staff. We had to be fully vaccinated to go into shops, bars and onto ski lifts etc.

While I’m am sorry that you got infected, and hope you recover well, I don’t think a bash is directly comparable to a self-catered holiday, risk wise. You have spent 2 weeks socialising with different groups of people, within a very large group. Viruses have never been a stranger to bashes for obvious reasons, and Covid is no different, but someone who is largely isolated within their own family group, and also self catering, is not going to be mixing with even a fraction of the number of people that you were. Even if you were not directly mixing, you have to assume that the group as a whole is basically a cocktail shaker, and viruses spread quickly. Mask wearing in lifts and shops will help contain the spread to within the group, but once you all go to dinner/the bar/the lounge etc, all bets are off.
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I'm assuming driving is not an option as picnic64 did not respond and a few of the other posting on this thread have not done that. Must admit I don't really know why. It's not a difficult trip and takes all that brain ache away.

Not everyone has a suitable vehicle. Personally, I'm not a big fan of driving long distances. More importantly, though, I'm not comfortable (or particularly competent) driving in snow, as I very rarely do so. There's no way I would have made it up to Tignes in the conditions our taxi went through on the way to the PSB.


Never looked into it but do hire companies allow you to hire a car to take abroad?
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@NickyJ, my son, who now in his forties, used to hire a car with a bunch of uni student mates and drive to our place in Les Gets. Three of them would share the driving. We would find a selection of chains, sometimes they bought a set. I have no idea if it is possible now. I definitely would not have wanted to be a fly on the windscreen on those journeys.
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Thanks, @Pamski, it was something i was considering when I switched my car to a pure electric with a not that good a range but meets vast majority of our needs. Glad it hear it at least was.
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We hired a van to take a load of furniture down to our apartment in France. Was no problem - just explained what we wanted to local hire company, Wessex Van Hire. Unfortunately the door had had to be resprayed after a bash, and the builders were amused to see us emerge from a vehicle emblazoned with "SEX VAN HIRE". It was crammed to the roof with Ikea flat packs, and we only had 36 hours to put it all together and get back home for pre-Christmas family party, so there was no time or energy for any hanky panky....indeed very little sleep. They gave us a van with a big engine, which they said would be good on a long journey. I loved driving it - an excellent supportive commercial seat, high driving position with great visibility, flattish steering wheel. Far less tiring than an ordinary car. We had "sale or return" chains from Filarinskis in Havant and had to use them for the last mile or so, unfortunately.

Driving that distance isn't for everybody - perhaps having to dig vehicles out of snowdrifts and use chains, or sit in long traffic jams. Likewise, airports are too much of a challenge for others. There's simply no guaranteed-to-be-easy way of getting to a ski resort - especially with kids, but it's hard not to feel that some people just complain too much!
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I have just come back from the 3V (just before half term kicked off). My daughter is CEV and although she was not with me I am acutely aware of the Covid risks. Some comments on here effectively saying don’t worry about catching it are really not helpful - I am going to assume that catching it would be BAD for you. There is a lot of good advice on this thread too and I would just say, based on my experience:
1. Avoid gondolas - less than 50% of people were wearing any kind of mask and most seem to take them off as soon as they sit down on a lift/gondola. Stick to chair lifts - these felt much safer both on the lift and in the queue as it is easier to distance a bit when you have skis on your feet.
2. Position yourself on the side of lift queues and try to take a note of which way the wind is blowing. Being at the side of the queue at least means you have space on one side and you can kind of turn away from people a bit.
3. Position yourself to take the end seat on chairlifts for the same reason.
4. If you are in a small group be a bit pushy about not letting others get in a gondola with you (easier in small ones), telling others to put masks on, holding up the queues a tiny bit so as not to sit right beside someone without a mask. It doesn’t feel very British but I would prioritise your health over a little rudeness.
Really, I felt pretty safe as long as I wasn’t in a gondola or gondola queue. Obviously indoor restos are a no no. I ate outside whenever possible. I would echo what people have said about self catering etc but I hope you find the lift etiquette bit of this helpful. Best of luck.
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Some comments on here effectively saying don’t worry about catching it are really not helpful

I think what some people (including me) were saying is that if you really are "terrified" at the thought of catching Covid, travelling to a ski resort is probably not a great idea. Of course it makes sense to take precautions, wherever you are, but the only way to stay safe is to stay at home and not see people.

However careful you are, if you have an accident skiing, you could end up in a hospital in an area with very high infection rates. If you can't cope with that prospect, then the answer is clear.

I am not "extremely vulnerable" but I am 75, have a serious heart condition and my booster jab is now quite a while ago. So, a bit vulnerable!! Tomorrow I'm flying to Dublin for a few days - my first visit - lots of museums and historic places on my itinerary, and I won't be sitting out on a pavement to eat and drink. Even if it doesn't rain. I've not been anywhere, for ages, and I am not going to spend the rest of my life holed up at home. I'm going to die of something, and Covid is by no means the worst of the options.
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The decision to go out in the UK, or take a holiday is one we all view differently.
I took the decision to go skiing in mid January, I went to Italy the info I had before seemed to show that Italy had a better control with the triple jab, use of masks and green pass access required to enter buildings.
I chose a ski area that was mainly chairs to avoid being in enclosed spaces as much as possible.
I did stay in a hotel on a HB basis, as guests and staff had to be triple jabbed i felt it was as safe a reasonably possible.
Use and policing of masks was very good, I felt comfortable throughout the week.
Turin airport on the return was very busy, there’s a thread to it, but again masks were being worn throughout.
I’ve been home now for two weeks without any health issues, however I did get pinged two days after arriving home, which indicates someone else on the flight did test positive on their 2 day rtn test.
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We also got pinged from our flight on Saturday (still testing negative) but tbh I expect there were other exposures during the trip because we went in gondolas/coach/busy restaurants etc. Although, if we were exposed to covid we never developed it during the week and we were not especially cautious.

I really think the only transport option which mitigates the risk of an exposure is to drive. Being fully vaccinated inc booster is no guarantee, even with a recent negative lft.
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well....until now we habe some ski trips (in total ca 20 days of skiing until now)
Almost all of them in High Season.
I tried to avoid Gondolas (althoug in Stubai was inevitable) and we choosed resorts with chairlifts etc

Finally i catched the virous from the children.

If a had a health issue, i really have no idea which could be my decission, but definitely i would do everything to stay away from big resorts, with gondolas etc
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Similar dilemma. Had my 4th jab yesterday, so thinking I will have the best immunity possible in a couple of weeks, when we intend to go. Going to drive to our own place. Aim to ski from approx 11-2 and avoid big gondalas. Eat out only on terraces. Good luck. It's not knowing that is the worry. If I am in the UK and get it, I will be offered one of the 3 treatment options, so will be doing all I can to avoid it.
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Similar dilemma. Had my 4th jab yesterday, so thinking I will have the best immunity possible in a couple of weeks, when we intend to go. Going to drive to our own place. Aim to ski from approx 11-2 and avoid big gondalas. Eat out only on terraces. Good luck. It's not knowing that is the worry. If I am in the UK and get it, I will be offered one of the 3 treatment options, so will be doing all I can to avoid it.


Don’t hold your breath on the treatments. Sent my priority test I had at home off on Thurs after a positive LFT. Got my positive PCR result Fri early pm - then nothing. Had a number of calls with 111 & out of hrs Dr yesterday who all said I should have been contacted within 24 hrs to sort antivirals. Last call yesterday said to expect a call today to sort meds - nothing. Thankfully, after a fairly difficult 48 hrs over the weekend I’m feeling loads better today which is just as well as the 5 day window is just about closed now. It maybe down to being a weekend but they do happen at the end of every week so you’d think they’d have factored that in to the system by now rolling eyes
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That's disappointing to hear, @Chuckles3. I don't think I'll pass that information onto my friend with an immune problem (on steroids).....
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That's disappointing to hear, @Chuckles3. I don't think I'll pass that information onto my friend with an immune problem (on steroids).....


Yes, perhaps if it’s ever needed, just give them a gentle nudge to chase up as soon as they get their result. I think that was my mistake to follow what the guidance in the booklet says. More worryingly, the initial call taker on 111 had no idea what I was on about…………..

On the plus side, my replacement priority PCR arrived by courier yesterday morning ready for the next time (I jest, I am hoping this doesn’t happen again) so at least one part of the system is working.
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@Chuckles3, I was hoping it was all working by now. My wife who counts as clinically vulnerable (not sure whether it is the condition or the medication or both) got Covid the week before Christmas - as we all did here - which was the first week of this process. She was phoned by the hospital when her positive PCR came through with the aim of being given an antibody infusion. However there had been a huge delay in getting the PCR result that week, so when the hospital realised when the original lateral flow test and symptom was they realised they couldn't do the infusion within the time window but could supply her with the antiviral pills which they did.

But that was the first week of the new policy, so you could expect some confusion.

In practice my wife had got over the initial symptoms very quickly - she had had her booster about 8 weeks earlier so was well protected - but found being given helpful medication psychologically helpful given her concerts.
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I’ve been Chamonix and Zinal this winter and , I think, struck a reasonable balance between caution and not letting it dictate the holiday. Only ate out a few times and all lunches were a packed lunch off piste. Avoided any busy bars

I think the flight is a risk especially now that testing isn’t mandated . Many people drink / eat their way through the flight so the mask wearing is patchy. We also had some big queues at Geneva airport. I know that requirement for testing being removed has pleased many, but personally I found it a reassurance knowing that others on the flight had recently tested negative

Don’t be shy in asking people to wear masks on Gondolas, I did it a few times in Chamonix.

As others have said pick your resort carefully. Adherence to mask wearing in Switzerland sounds better than France is now from the post above on the 3V.

Good luck! Hope if you go you have a safe and happy holiday
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@j b, @Chuckles3just spoke to a person I work with (not in UK). He's just finished his course on the the Pfizer COVID antiviral drug treatment. He was really happy and said for him it worked really well. Slight metal taste in the mouth, dealt with by eating and a rash for an hour only. So if the logistics can be worked out, I hope this is a positive step for all of us CEV in the UK. I am making a decision to go for it and mitigate risk as much as I can. Getting this kind of diagnosis mid global pandemic was a HUGE shock, esp with teenage children, so I want to see if I can start to try and create a new normal.
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