Happy New year’s 2014 !
We’ve had a great week, many pupils in group lesson; we had snow on Thursday night so everyone finished the week with a beautiful blue sky and great conditions on the piste!
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Christmas is already over, the snow arrived just before the lessons started, we did not have as much as last year but the guys at the pleney were great and opened enough piste to make the pupils happy and progress, we had a lot of snow on Thursday a late Christmas present!
Check out the photos from the group lesson!
Here is Laurent with a clients walking up the Pointe de Nyon enjoying the view and the fresh snow before the slopes opened!
The view from the snow school office!
How is going ski tracking this week-end?
The littlest 4 and 5 year old beginners skiied so well last week they got up to the top of the Pleney in time for the sunniest day on Wednesday! All four of them got their pizza slices (snow-ploughs) organised so well that even when the weather was less than brilliant towards the end of the week, everyone was confident skiing so the weather didn't matter a jot!
It's Pierre's last few days at the Snow School for this season (he's heading back to Canada to guide heli-skiers on Tuesday!) so we dispatched him with the camera and he got some sneaky shots of the instructors and their students! His final week's been beautiful spring weather, with (incredibly) even more snow falling at night to replenish the already fab pistes!
We thought that Spring had arrived last week - warm days and beautiful blue skies have left all the instructors with tanned faces! It seems that winter's got a bit more to give today though - snow is forecast for this evening to replenish the snow supplies, then back to good weather for the rest of the week: almost as if we'd planned it!
Yet another beautiful week here in Morzine! Check out this weeks photos of the 4-5year old’s mini group course with Julien, as well as the views from the meeting point at the top of the Pleney. As always, congratulations to everyone who worked so hard in private and group lessons, have a safe journey home and we hope to see you next year!
Even if the weather wasn’t great yesterday, Laurent and his clients made the most of the day!
Starting at L’Erigné (Vallée de la Manche) at 1150m, they got up to the Col de la Golèse 1662m, before they had to stop at 2280m because of the fog (just before the tête de Bostan 2406m)
And they did it all in 3 hours!