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Monday 5th Jan - After looking at the map of Italy and wanting to get Liam up to some snow we chose to have a day trip to this delightful little town in northern Italy, hoping to find some snow to play in, and it was only about 2 hours by train. Aosta is a bilingual town in the Alps close to the entrance of the Mont Blanc tunnel, the major transport link of Italy to northern Europe. It has many very old roman ruins, but we didn't see any of the town! While researching the ...
... from having virtually never skied to taking on red runs by the end of the week. Oli continued to thrive and bordered on being a little cocky, but nonetheless he is ripping down blue and red runs and has taken on his first black run. Jesse is still not to fussed about skiing and goes from being ecstatic to bored in the same run at times. He is also adding to family stress levels constantly by not being able to carry his ski's, forgetting his gloves, losing his gloves ...
... open but it was enough for us on our first day. It was actually quite icy so not the nicest snow in the world but once the sun had been on it for awhile it softened up a bit. We did a few runs then stopped for a quick lunch at the top. It was such a nice day and from the top we got a panorama view of the Swiss alps. Stunning! After lunch we went down a different valley and the snow was a lot nicer. Just as the sun was coming back out and everyone was starting to get ...
... the coolest skiing I've done. I had never skied where I was making my own course, it was a great feeling. When I fell down, which I did plenty of times, it actually felt good! I liked falling down, but getting up was the hard part since my poles would go infinitely into the snow. The last course we took for the day was a pretty narrow course, with steep edges and very icy and curvy runways, but the views were incredible. The course ran by a dammed ...
... city will just be so mundane. Zermatt is a snowed in reasonably large village serviced by train and within the village small electric cars and transport carts. The show stopper for the town is masked on our arrival, at 4478 metres a.s.l. it had better show it's self during our precious time here. We are housed in a traditional older style ski lodge anchored high with fairy tale like vision of the myriad of other like dwellings scattered throughout the village ...