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  • Laura 11.2.14

     British Forces Ski Champs


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    Meribel has hosted a series of fiercely fought ski competitions this week, as the

    annual British Armed Forces International Ski Championships took place on

    the impressive Slalom Stadium. It was great fun for us to see our Army, Navy and

    RAF show the locals how it’s done, with an impressive level of skiing to enjoy.

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    Winding its way down into the always-busy Chaudanne lift area, the Slalom

    Stadium attracted a huge amount of attention from passers-by – especially those

    from the UK once we saw the iconic Forces logos. Open to skiers and boarders, the

    event includes races on a Descent, Super G, Slalom, Giant Slalom, Slopestyle, Boardercross, Classic Sprint, Parallel Slalom and more, giving us plenty to see!

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    Professionally set out with the recognisable blue lines and orange fencing, the piste

    was very steep. A commentator kept us up to date on who was racing and the state

    of the leader board, to loud cheers from the audience. Even the ESF were impressed,

    with a consistent smattering of iconic red ski suits in the crowd.

    Unsurprisingly, with the three forces competing against each other the atmosphere

    was often tense, but the winners were gracious and it seemed competitors just

    enjoyed the chance to ski here, with many choosing to come whilst on their annual leave.

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    It was a welcome interruption to our routine and we felt proud to be able to support

    them all, and enjoy our very own version of the Winter Olympics!

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  • Len 10.02.14
    Friday and an extremely heavy snowfall hit the resort, putting down over a foot
    of snow in about 2 hours. A complete “White Out” and, not surprisingly, all the
    guests (and me!) stayed in the warmth of the chalet. Couldn’t see anything
    out of the windows except snowflakes, thick and fast.
    Len’s Ski Tips: 
    Easy…when it’s like this, stay indoors!  If you MUST go out and
    show your bravery, don’t get too brave, stay in familiar areas and
    take guidance from any solid objects that you can see, even faintly.
    The poles at the side of the piste are useful, but beware ski-ing on
    the wrong side of them!  It’s easy to do in a white out.
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  • Laura 5.2.14

     Kidding Around – Part I


    Watch for more from the Three Valleys over the coming weeks –

    There’s almost as many mini skiers around resort as full size, and when they’re not racing down behind their instructor in perfect duckling formation, there’s lots for them to enjoy on the pistes.


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    In Meribel there are two special runs geared towards little ones – though to be honest they’ve proved almost as popular with Silver Ski staff! Positioned handily on the way back down to the Altiport and Chalet Jacques, we make an almost daily visit to the ‘Moon Wild’ piste, to see if we can spot the motley crew of alpine animals hidden in the trees.

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    Moon Wild is perfect for families keen to ski together, with its wide winding slope and picturesque trees. The very brave might venture off the slope and over the little jumps on the sides – but watch out, you’re not alone in the woods!

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    Kids (and Silver Ski staff) keeping their eyes peeled will spot several animal friends hiding out – from this majestic stag, to mountain hares and even an otter family. Helpful signs in French and English along the way will keep you guessing who’s next, with clues including foot print, diet and habitat.

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    If you’re very lucky, and very quiet, you might even see some of the inhabitants of Moon Wild’s real-life cousins on the slopes. What’s more, we appear to have discovered a new species here in Meribel, home it seems to the very rare black and white ‘Bodger’!


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  • Len 05.02.14
    Yet another great day for ski-ing and once again I was pushed to my limits by
    my Speedway friends who all think that anything under 50mph is for wimps. None
    the less we all enjoyed the South facing slopes of the Champagny area, fully
    appreciating the good vision in the sun. My shattered nerves from all the speed
    ski-ing were helped by an extra vin chaud with lunch!
    Len’s Ski Tips:
    When ski-ing into a slope that has more than an average number
    of skiers ahead of you, many of whom may not be too competent, slow your
    own speed to match the other skiers so that you do not need to make too many
    passing movements. The risk of collision and injury is then greatly reduced.
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  • Len 04.02.13
    A surprisingly good sunny day on Monday following a good snowfall on
    Sunday, so once again we found perfect conditions on and off piste.  Met
    with some of my friends from the world of Speedway at lunchtime and raced
    round with them afterwards to finish up in the Crozats off piste area and on
    down the Malatray black with them pushing me to my limit…lost a few
    pounds in weight though!
    Len’s Ski Tips:
    Ski-ing through broken snow should be done at a reasonable speed so
    that your skis carve through the roughness with ease. If you go
    too slow, you will feel every bunch of snow trying to stop you turning so the
    effort is much greater…and don’t forget to keep your weight over the front of
    your skis all the time with positive pole planting (to the side).
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