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Advice on Levi in December

 Poster: A snowHead
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Totally agree with mitts and liners, there are some mitts available with built in heat/battery, don't know price/make but I have an American friend with raynauds who loves hers, I will try and get the manufacturer for you but you could probably google it. The little "t-bag" disposable heaters you can put in gloves are really good but put them on the back of your hands so they are working where the blood is closest to the surface of the skin, she can always juggle them round to her palms whilst on lifts if she feels the need.
My friend also has swears by the insoles which are insulated and look like they have been wrapped in tinfoil! Last year they were available in poundland (really!) they might be a bit of a faff to get to fit rented boots but might prove invaluable for walking around resort, I bought some for my wellys whilst dog walking last winter in the snow and they made a big diff in comfort as well as heat.
Layering is the name of the game avoiding the overstuffed sausage look, you need to trap air and allow it to circulate and don't bother packing any cotton or the wicking action of any base layers is compromised. Pop socks whilst ugly are great for providing a non bulky non wrinkly extra layer. Very Happy
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Due to Covid-19 and family constraints (including being married to a Finn) we’ve booked a weeks holiday in Levi in December. Am thinking about using the opportunity to learn telemarking (never done it before) as well as trying out touring and possibly do some x country (self taught).

Could do with recommendations on ski schools places to rent telemark/touring equipment and local guides.

Cheers all.
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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?
Mrs H and I went years ago for our honeymoon and it was very, very cold. Not quite the coldest I have ever been (thank you Switzerland) but not far off....

I do remember that there were wooden cabins by the side of the pistes with roaring fires and endless supplies of free hot berry juice which was very welcome after spending time on the slopes.
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I'd take your kid to the Trafford Centre and then fly from Manchester airport to the Caribbean.
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