10-17 Mar 2018
Before hitting the slopes, we always check weather suitability for each different altitude. We decide whether to ski above the treeline, high up among the rocks or down the hill in the woods.
BluebirdOn sunny days we will ski on mountain elevations far above the treeline, where the terrain is steeper and the snow is thicker. It is only at this time that we can conquer the challenging couloirs!
OvercastIn partly cloudy weather where visibility is reduced, we need orientation points to ski successfully. It is ideal in these conditions to ski slightly above the treeline where dwarf pines rarely grow along the slopes.
BlizzardWhen the horizon disappears, the clouds merge with the white snow, forcing us to slalom through the trees. While others complain about the bad weather, we will still be out and about!
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Back to Basics– Snow camp
best suited forcouples, family, solo traveler, group
meeting pointin the hotel lobby at the resort / upon agreement in case of group travel
weathermountain winter weather, sun and snowfall, -15 - +5 °C
ski/snowboard conditionsbest maintained slopes, hopefully fresh powder off piste
ski/snowboard packageunlimited lift passes, hints of the best freeride opportunities
accommodation3-4* apartments with terrace and fully equipped kitchen
local transportationski lifts and ski shuttles
free time/nightlifelocal bars/pubs/restaurants/fondue and raclette nights
how big is the group?up to 50 people
what’s includedtransportation (bus), accommodation, lift passes
what’s not includedfood and drinks, insurance, visa if needed
application deadline4 months prior the trip
installment payment plan40% upon application, 60% 2 months prior arrival
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