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17/12/11: Only Option

[...] know about a snowpocalypse, but there was a lot of snow on Les Houches today. Probably 60cm average with more in places. We didn't touch the bottom for most of the [...]

21/1/12: How Much Is Too Much?

[...] half a decade. And today was without exception the deepest snow I've ever skiied. Once they got Les Houches open at 1045am, we fast-forwarded the line to jump in the fourth Prarion gondola (sorry to [...]

20/12/11: Deeper & Deeper

[...] full of snow. I stayed out of the Bergerie couloirs, and I avoided the shots off the back of Les Houches down to St Gervais. But Grands Montets has been getting it today. The Philippe, Fontaine, [...]

3/3/2012: Spingtime In Chamonix

[...] spring conditions in Les Houches If you have had an eye on conditions in Chamonix right now, you'll know that it's hot. Valley [...]

24/2/12: Spring Is Sprung

[...] stills of the day. prarion, couloir de charousse nature reserve, flegere ligne des pisteurs, grands montets [...]

15/2/12: The Holidays Start!

[...] from bottlenecks for the next three weeks! That means avoid the Lognan cable car at Grands Montets, and (worst of all) the main cable car at La Flégère. The one saving grace is that [...]

1/3/12: 4 Mountains, One Day

[...] couloir, Les Houches - Pass Payot, Brévent - Nature Reserve, Flégère - Ligne des Pisteurs, Grands Montets This excellent video was put together by Charlie Davies Photography as part of his You Are [...]

19/3/12: It Snowed.

[...] on the valley floor in some parts, none in others. I'd grabbed a 1315 reservation at Grands Montets and was happy with the quality of the ride; deep pow, up to 30/40cm in places, pretty [...]

01/2/2012: First Of The Month, Chamonix Style

[...] to massive-overhead-pow-up-the-sides-mania. So, if you're wondering what the snow is like in Chamonix right now, hopefully that answers your question. It's all-time. [...]

4/1/12: The Only Place With Snow?

[...] which remains skiable on all but the most direct southerly aspects. If you're skiing in Chamonix right now, or soon, you really need to be at Les Grands Montets. It's high, it's shaded, it's cold [...]

21/12/11: Flégère

[...] of challenges - midmountain routefinding and avalanche awareness. Quite simply, the snow in Chamonix right now is all-time. It's deep, light and as epic as it gets. And if you know this place, you [...]

3/3/2012: Spingtime In Chamonix

[...] spring conditions in Les Houches If you have had an eye on conditions in Chamonix right now, you'll know that it's hot. Valley temperatures encourage short-wearing and make jackets [...]

12/12/11: Avalanche Academy

[...]   Tim Blakemore and Jonny Baird to lend a hand, put together some courses and boom - the Avalanche Academy was born. The Academy offers a couple of courses. The goal here isn't for you to get a [...]

30/11/12: Winter Is Here

[...] ; temperatures have been yo-yoing either side of zero and there's a solid 15cm down here at valley level, 1050m. This is excellent news for everyone. Skibums are arriving in the resort to snowy trees [...]

24/2/12: Spring Is Sprung

[...] Temperatures are climbing here in the Chamonix Valley; the snow here at valley level is melting away slowly as the mercury is nearing double digits for the first time in four [...]

17/12/11: Only Option

[...] yesterday (Friday) afternoon and kept going overnight. We probably had a strong 25cm here at valley level by this morning, and we woke up with the best intentions of going to Courmayeur. A quick call [...]

8/1/12: And Still The Snow Falls...

[...] it hasn't been tracked up the mountain. A lot of big lines were being skiied today - Pass Payot, the Bergerie couloirs at Brévent and I saw Italian shredster Luca Pandolfi and his crew [...]

1/3/12: 4 Mountains, One Day

[...] Le Tour, but we had a lot of fun on the way: The lines - Charousse couloir, Les Houches - Pass Payot, Brévent - Nature Reserve, Flégère - Ligne des Pisteurs, Grands Montets This excellent [...]

01/2/2012: First Of The Month, Chamonix Style

[...] over there; we sent overhead pow run after overhead pow run down the demilune, l'ENSA couloir, Pass Payot, everywhere. Had a bit of a wait for a guide to rap his clients into the ENSA, but once they [...]

6/12/11: The Day It Snowed

[...] en route to Mr Chamonix Insider, I was ready for action, getting ready in the car park of Les Grands Montets. Splitboard out, poles out, boots on, car locked. Back to car, beanie out, car locked, go. [...]

4/1/12: The Only Place With Snow?

[...] aspects. If you're skiing in Chamonix right now, or soon, you really need to be at Les Grands Montets. It's high, it's shaded, it's cold and most importantly it's steep. And deep. Of course, [...]

31/12/11: Deepcember

[...] 's good skiing everywhere, just stick to the rules; start & finish early, stay high and ski pistes bordered by rocks and trees when it's foggy. Right, I'm off to Chambre Neuf...hopefully the [...]

17/1/2012: Traversée Crochues - Brèche de Bérard...and more...

[...] Let's look at the snow conditions right now. It's in the minus double-digits most days now, so piste skiing is brittle and noisy in the mornings. Once the sun gets to work, pistes soften and become [...]

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17/12/11: Only Option

[...] know about a snowpocalypse, but there was a lot of snow on Les Houches today. Probably 60cm average with more in places. We didn't touch the bottom for most of the [...]

21/1/12: How Much Is Too Much?

[...] half a decade. And today was without exception the deepest snow I've ever skiied. Once they got Les Houches open at 1045am, we fast-forwarded the line to jump in the fourth Prarion gondola (sorry to [...]

20/12/11: Deeper & Deeper

[...] full of snow. I stayed out of the Bergerie couloirs, and I avoided the shots off the back of Les Houches down to St Gervais. But Grands Montets has been getting it today. The Philippe, Fontaine, [...]

3/3/2012: Spingtime In Chamonix

[...] spring conditions in Les Houches If you have had an eye on conditions in Chamonix right now, you'll know that it's hot. Valley [...]

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