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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... not far from the train station that went up to Pila ski fields. When we got off the train it was easy to find, so we joined the line of people carrying skis, sleds and dressed in snow gear, not many people wearing jeans like us! Got our tickets which was only €12.00 (I had read €60.00) and hopped into a cable car that went for miles,it took 20 minutes to get up the mountain, the ride was fun on its own. Liam was so excited to see white snow ...
... sounds familiar. We were greeted in our Chalet by the Jeffcotes who were in very high spirits after their 32 hr journey to Verbier via London. We were also greeted by Zara and Charlotte who are our amazing chef and hostess - more about them later.
Somehow we managed to get 9 people in and out of the ski rental shop and kitted out in with boots, skis poles, helmets etc and had a welcome drink with the Jeffy's at the W hotel who had kindly put up a pop-up bar with ...
... then had a bit of a nightmare getting to the airport with buses not turning up and cable fires on the train tracks but luckily Claire had us super organised and early so we got to the airport in plenty of time. We flew into geneva then got a transfer out to the alps. By the time we reached our hostel it was getting late so we quickly went to a bar for some dinner then off to bed, no idea where we are snowboarding tomorrow! We were up bright and early this morning to ...
... Oli outgunned me in a Chicken Wing and Nacho eating comp, not once but twice, and we had a burger night with Hannah the instructor. The rest of the time, the boys in the family were hanging around in the apartment in our jocks enjoying the central heating and dining in. The promised snow never arrived, but it didn't bother us in the slightest and we left Zermatt after 2 weeks with nothing but fond memories and a couple of weeks of good skiing under our belt.
... for climbers. We vowed to check them out on our return down the mountain. From base camp, the trail began its real switchbacking, zigzagging back and forth over the ridge. Most of the time a rope or cable was within reach for safety, but other times we had to plant our feet surely on the rocks or snow. Steadily up, one foot after the other. The only scary part came when we were just below the hut. The trail stretched across a snowfield on the steep ...