Hotel Le Montana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Just a few photos from the Ski holiday so far - won't bore you all with tales of daring red runs, lost snow chains (thankfully not this year, so far) or off piste escapades, but the attached photos are a way of sharing our holiday with family and friends ... Don't worry, there will be far more to come in the ...
... is growing each time I go out, and because of this I've been able to enjoy riding plenty more new slopes. Spring skiing/snowboarding is definitely one of the best times to get out. Weirdly the atmosphere seems slightly more relaxed, and people are everywhere sitting to the sides of the slopes enjoying picnics and soaking up the sunshine. We spent a day at Les Contamines in France which is about a half hour drive ...
... can no longer go out at night and snowboard on form the next day. Muriel, Jonas and I made a good go of it but my feet wouldn't remember how to ride and my board wouldn't do as I asked. We did make it up to the top of Glacier de la Vanoise. Tom recommended we head there, and the views were awesome. As was the snow. By this point it was mid afternoon and I'd finally learnt how to turn again. It was the ...
... I grow up!
Wednesday was also our chalet hosts day off so we headed out for tea, randomly, to the restaurant where Jonas works. We ate with James and Steph, the other couple staying in our chalet. There's another family in our chalet who are part of a big group so we rarely see them, though we can hear them, they can only communicate by shouting, which has become an amusing part of our day.
I arranged to meet up with ...
... guys I went out alone. I didn't make any friends, but I covered a lot of Tignes , La Daille, and Val D'Isere, the snow was beautiful and the sun was out. Found my favourite run, a little green/blue called Grand Pre which had easy access to some lovely off piste that I could do on my own. In fact I took that lift so many times the lifty knew me by name in the end.
Later in the afternoon I made the mistake of ignoring the 'caution, very difficult slope' sign ...