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Dome des Oudis with tot
Tot had bad memories of this climb from earlier in the season but with lockdown imminent I didn't fancy going elsewhere.
Hauts Plateaux du Vercors
End of season crust skiing destination. Wait for a solid refreeze in spring or use wider nordic skis or snow shoes.
Champagny en Vanoise Nordic Ski Area
Cross Country Ski AreaThe cross country ski area has 23km of prepared cross country trails. This may seem small but there is no doubling up of runs as you get in some resorts.
Aulp du Seuil, and why not?
The clocks have changed so it is difficult to find the right timing for a before work.
Collet d'Allevard under the noon day sun
A little trip back to the Collet d'Allevard for a Sunday tour. It was pretty hot - t-shirt weather for climbing. A lot of people doing the same as us and enjoying the mountains.
Stage Day 11 - Snowby
Rugby on snow? Whatever next? Games are a regular part of Cross Country Skiing because they get you doing stuff you wouldn't normally do, work your balance and coordination and you tend to forget abou
I had to drop junior off at 9am so not much time so I thought la Feclaz would be an idea. In the end 10am was a bit late.
It's been a long time since I've skied from the summit of the Dent, 2015 was the last time I think but maybe I lost the appetite for NFZ (no fall zones) as the Americans call them.
Les Saisies Nordic Ski Area, Beaufortain, French Alps
Les Saisies is one of France's largest cross country ski areas claiming around 120km of ski runs between 1550 meters at Lachat (summit of the Crest Voland pistes) and 1850 meters at the top of the Mon
Sticky Saisies, pushing up daisies
I've never nordic skied at les Saisies but we alpine skied here a few years ago and it was very flat so seemed ideal for cross country.
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