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Thanks Steve for the council Steve, I confirm I went to snowboarding and i had the good dress to do it, the lowest temperature is 86 Degrees F under 0 it should be hard with wetsuit.

Steve if you come skiing in France, I recomand you this Ski area.

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Damn Steve, I had to get up and turn the heat up after looking at your post..Great post...


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Forgot to ask - which ski resort is it?

Steve.

*** On edit I realised it is in the title of your post .

By the way - what is it like for beginners? I started snow boarding lessons years ago on our local dry ski slope (not quite the same as the real thing though). Sally (who is a fairly good skier) said she would join me, but fell over and broke her arm during her first go on a snow board - I gave up soon after, but I still have the snow board in my garage.

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Thanks Steve for the Link.
For me the best place in France to skiing, my girlfriend don't skiing and don't snowboarding, but she love this area too. She just stroll.

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Nice pictures of a winter play land.
Though I'm about as close to winter as I want to get.
Wouldn't mind getting closer to the delicatessen however.
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David, the picture of the fondue was incroyable!


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Hi Vik1,
Looks like a great time skiing and such. I used to ski a lot and then hurt my back and haven't gone since. Your pictures make me want to give it a try again. It really is one of the greatest sports.
Thanks for sharing.
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Vik1 great photos, at the moment our "summer" looks as cold as that ski resort

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