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Ski and Keep Calm This Winter with AdventureYogi

By Adventur_Yogi, 5 Sep at 13:49
As every regular skier knows, we use muscles on the slopes in ways that aren’t used that way during the rest of the year, which brings stiffness and tension to the whole body, making it harder to enjoy our skiing experience at most. That’s why Adventure Yogi has developed a dedicated winter retreat combining skiing and yoga - the two extremes that complement each other perfectly.
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Tignes 2017

By jec21, Mon 20th Feb, 2017 at 01:08
Tignes is one of the highest resorts in the French Alps. Made up of six villages, it ranges from Tignes les Brévières at 1550m to Tignes Val Claret at 2100. The ski area itself climbs as high as 3456m at the top of the Grand Motte, which is the highest skiable point in the alps. The Grand Motte is open for 11 months of the year offering 1000m of vertical skiing; something that Tignes is particularly proud of. As part of the Espace Killy, Tignes provides a skiable area of 150km in the local area pass and an additional 150km in the full area pass. From 2016/17 the local area pass is only available for seasonnaires for 290€, which is what is provided by most tour operators, and 519€ for the full area pass. If your company does only provide a local pass, you can upgrade it yourself and just pay the difference.
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Seasonnaires: Under the Spotlight

By natives.co.uk, Tue 30th Aug, 2016 at 15:48
Few people who take the plunge to do a ski season regret it. In fact the majority are more than tempted to do a second (third, fourth and even a fifth!) The lifestyle, the people and, of course the mountains are unrivalled, but what about developing your career at the same time? We decided to interview some fully fledged [URL=http://www.skiworld.co.uk/recruitment]Skiworld[/URL] seasonnaires who have moved up the mountain ranks.
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Skiing in Scotland

By user41563, Wed 6th Aug, 2014 at 08:55
Scotland is unlikely to be many people’s first choice of destination when planning a ski or snowboarding holiday, but in light of the season that they have just had, perhaps a trip to the pistes of the Highlands should begin to be considered with more enthusiasm.
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Resort Profile: Flaine

By adamrowden, Thu 21st Nov, 2013 at 13:28
Flaine is a small, family resort and one of the friendliest places to spend a season. Many of the visitors return again and again as they feel apart of the community after only one week.
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The Non-Skiers Guide to Ski Resorts

By user41563, Tue 5th Nov, 2013 at 10:06
If the thought of attaching awkward skis to your feet and hurtling yourself down a snowy mountainside doesn’t appeal to you, you’re certainly not alone. While ski resorts cater partly to folks who either love skiing or want to learn, there are also plenty of activities to keep non-skiers entertained. If your family or friends are planning a ski vacation and you’re wondering what you’ll do to keep busy, rest assured that you can still have a great time with none of the bruises and humiliation that come with amateur skiing.
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Ski and casino

By user41563, Thu 31st Oct, 2013 at 14:54
There are plenty of places around the world where you can enjoy spending time in the mountains and enjoy skiing during the day and visit spending casinos during night.
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How To Survive Your First Season In Chamonix

By Joe White, Mon 15th Jul, 2013 at 16:59
If you want to tackle the revered terrain of Chamonix valley for the first time this coming season then you are going to need a few pointers on some of the basics of how to survive a season in Chamonix...
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Season accommodation

By adamrowden, Mon 10th Jun, 2013 at 12:42
Fancy doing a winter season and not working? Want to go out to the Alps and look for part time work? Looking for flatmates to split the costs or share a room? Maybe you have a job with a local company and need to sort your own accommodation?
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Resort Profile: Mount Washington

By adamrowden, Fri 14th Dec, 2012 at 10:40
Mount Washington is a Canadian ski resort that is located on the eastern edge of Vancouver Island Ranges in British Columbia. It is one of the most spectacular coastal alpine settings in North America and has the Pacific Ocean as a beautiful backdrop.
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