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  1. #17451
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    Yeah, I don't know anyone that doesnt think they've had it

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    To those of you who were hoping to come out late in the season but have been prevented by Coronavirus, There is now a forest fire warning over much of Switzerland as it hasn't snowed (or precipitated in any way) since early March.

    You really didnt miss much.

    (Don't know if that helps much...)

  3. #17453
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddraver View Post
    To those of you who were hoping to come out late in the season but have been prevented by Coronavirus, There is now a forest fire warning over much of Switzerland as it hasn't snowed (or precipitated in any way) since early March.

    You really didnt miss much.

    (Don't know if that helps much...)
    We’ve got an eye on the 1st May weekend if it snows and they relax the restrictions on the 27th...

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    (it's going to have to snow a lot dude... But I wish you luck. Hopefully I will be in hospital by then)

  5. #17455
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    This was yesterday... we are basically one month ahead Click image for larger version. 

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    cool you are still going.
    pics are from last wednesday. tell my touring buddy regards and i miss the sandwich

    so there is snow from italy next weekend lets see but could work out.
    LIVE IS NOT A CHAIRLIFT

  7. #17457
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    Maestro Guido Perrini and Verbier rider Yann Rausis made this film 2 years ago, but decided to release it now, as it seemed oddly appropriate. The cerveza at the end was total coincidence.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2BYxoN4Tb8
    “If you're going to kick authority in the teeth, you might as well use two feet.”

  8. #17458
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keef Riffhard View Post
    Maestro Guido Perrini and Verbier rider Yann Rausis made this film 2 years ago, but decided to release it now, as it seemed oddly appropriate. The cerveza at the end was total coincidence.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2BYxoN4Tb8
    That’s pretty cool. Vintage Perrini.

  9. #17459
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    Valais mags. Get out tomorrow and get some pow. Or open the borders and I'll do it myself!!!!
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

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    LIVE IS NOT A CHAIRLIFT

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    Quote Originally Posted by subtle plague View Post
    Valais mags. Get out tomorrow and get some pow. Or open the borders and I'll do it myself!!!!
    https://www.bergfex.ch/arolla/webcams/c4661/
    SLF. Says. 60 fresh over night at the top. 23cm in the valley. Basically no wind.
    40cm base in the valley and I'm not there.
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  12. #17462
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    Quote Originally Posted by subtle plague View Post
    https://www.bergfex.ch/arolla/webcams/c4661/
    SLF. Says. 60 fresh over night at the top. 23cm in the valley. Basically no wind.
    40cm base in the valley and I'm not there.
    Meh. Not worth the drive and climb for one low angle rip. Maybe next year if lifts are still cancelled.

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  13. #17463
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    1m deep porridge. You didn’t miss much! Thighs have never burned so much!

  14. #17464
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    Not as much, but this morning great snow here in the Gotthard region


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    It has made it all look very pretty again though...

  16. #17466
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    Back at the Tschmut train station almost 2 months ago:
    Merde De Glace On the Freak When Ski
    >>>200 cm Black Bamboo Sidewalled DPS Lotus 120 : Best Skis Ever <<<

  17. #17467
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobinch View Post
    1m deep porridge. You didn’t miss much! Thighs have never burned so much!
    How were the skis though..?

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    Amazing water skis 😜

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    Hopefully another chance with better weather next Tuesday... https://www.yr.no/place/Switzerland/...bier/long.html

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    Sad news from Arolla. Some young lads caught...
    https://www.lenouvelliste.ch/article...alanche-935900

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    Hey euro mags. I’m in the process of rescheduling my canceled guided trip from this winter. I’m able to rebook with the guide service for anytime next winter. I was hoping for March, I know the snow will be what it will be, just curious about crowds/school holidays in March in Chamonix. Is any week preferable to avoid crowds? If now oh well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shred Baron View Post
    Hey euro mags. I’m in the process of rescheduling my canceled guided trip from this winter. I’m able to rebook with the guide service for anytime next winter. I was hoping for March, I know the snow will be what it will be, just curious about crowds/school holidays in March in Chamonix. Is any week preferable to avoid crowds? If now oh well.


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    See here for dates https://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?t=149291
    Knowledge is Powder

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    ^Good knowledge!

  24. #17474
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idris View Post
    Thanks a ton. That’s a nicely laid out chart. And now I’m rebooked for next year.


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    https://youtu.be/qee-cBVIJik

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