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Pertisau 2007

A week of cross country skiing and snowshoeing or at least that is what we had expected. 12 falls later and Kev decided he wasn't that keen on the skiing whilst Lizzie bravely carried on despite the snow melting away.

Chamonix 2006

Our second trip out to Chamonix where we spent 10 days mixing walking along the lower level valley paths,  the  grand balcons, walking up to the 2500 metre peak of Brevant and some climbing at Les Gaillands.

If anything this year was better than last, we were more self dependant, knew where to go for the guides, lift passes and how all the smaller tracks could be linked up to provide a good day out.

Chamonix is certainly well catered for almost all outdoor activity and seems to be intent on promoting and adding to the list of summer activities - Paragliding, Rafting, an increasing network of well marked footpaths for all abilities, climbing, Alpinism and ice climbing.

Alpe d'Huez 2005

Alpe d'Huez, look no ski's!

We took advantage of the short break between Christmas and New Year to get away and find some snow. Although we only had 3 days available we managed to find plenty of it!


Chamonix 2005

We had always taken our holiday's in the sun however after many years visiting the Greek Islands we decided to find out what it would be like to head off for some real mountain scenery.


2007 NEWS

January - Cross-country skiing in Pertisau, Austria

June - We plan to do the Coast to Coast again.

August - Chamonix, yes we liked it so much we are going back


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