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Terrain


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Terrain


we have the runs 

You're here to go skiing. Maximize it with friends, mountains and snow while based comfortably at 1770m elevation. No valley slogs, no commuting. End every day by skiing down to the front door, beers waiting in the snow and the fire crackling. Go skiing, like EVERY DAY with the most reliable conditions and the right terrain to host it.


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Early Season


Early Season


NOV - Jan

It's dark out. You awake to another 40cm and all tracks are filled in. 

Trail breaking starts early and continues every lap. Your day is filled in old-growth forests, choking on powder lap after lap. The sun may only poke out once or twice your entire trip, but that's not why you came. If it opens up you ski Castor peak to the Muppet Show. If it doesn't you lap the Monster, Holy Smokes and Christmas; Lost in the endless open old-growth forest. Your headlamp brings your home, fire's crackling, sauna on.  

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Mid Winter


Mid Winter


Feb-march

Stormy days or sunny rays.  

Enjoy the sun on the south-facing slopes or go to the north when you're searching for dry snow. Whatever mother nature has in store for you there's skiing for any appetite. Days are getting longer and so are the runs. Start from the top of Blanket peak, end at the bottom of Christmas.

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Spring


Spring


March - may

The sun is out and so is the adventure.  

The playground has grown and so have daylight hours. The glaciers keep temperatures cold. Find powder on the north-facing slopes and corn on the south. No need to go any lower then the elevation of the Chalet.