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									I’ve been visiting your blog for a while now and I always find a
gem in your new posts. Thanks for sharing.

I run a related blog and recently was quoted saying…

During my trip to St Anton to check-it-out I found that the hotels around the area were
brilliant, making it no problem for English speaking holiday makers to enjoy themselves.
I stayed at a luxury 5 star hotel that had an indoor heated swimming pool. The swimming
pool peaked out onto the top of a snowy mountain as you bathed in 40 degrees water.

You can see the full post as well as the full context of the
quote above by checking out the page on my blog…


Bye for now,


I just sent this post to a bunch of my friends as I agree with
most of what you’re saying here and the way you’ve presented it
is awesome.

I also blog from time to time on this stuff. In fact, here’s an
expert from my most recent blog post…

Rumoured to be the most expensive resort on the French Alps, this isn’t strictly the truth.
You can find really good deals if you know where to look, and there are really good
discounts for group bookings, although you get what you pay for, so don’t expect a cheap
vacation. Courchevel is part of the Three Valleys resorts, and itself is divided into four
distinct areas from the bottom to the top: 1300, 1550, 1650, and 1850. In general, the
further up you go, the more expensive your trip is likely to be, so it is wise to consider
going slightly further down, where you can still find some amazing skiing, both off piste
and cross country, as well as some great downhill runs.

The complete post can be viewed easily on the following page…


Keep up the good work,


You certainly have some agreeable opinions and views. Your blog
provides a fresh look at the subject.

You might want to take a look at my blog and possibly become a
regular reader.

A cool clip from my blog…

Tignes in France is a skiing location that is much different from the boarder adjacent
Alps, and other skiing facilities that have put France firmly on the skiing map. The rise of
Tignes, initially came with the rise of tourism in the area. During the last 10 years the
facilities have been improved immensely with a new state-of-the-art training facility, and
freestyle snowboarding facilities being built in the area.

The full post can be found here…


See you there,


While we don’t agree on everything in your post, I do tend to
get a refreshing view every time I read one of your posts.

Here’s a related comment from a post that I recently published…

Utah is a great place to take a skiing vacation, regardless of your skiing abilities or
experience. With a number of world class ski resorts, Utah boasts some of North
America’s best skiing, and prides itself on having ‘the best snow on earth’. But don’t
take my word for it – get out there and experience the magic of skiing in Utah for
yourself! With such high quality resorts, and truly amazing snow coverage and texture,
Utah is an excellent location for your skiing vacation.

If you’d like to read and comment on that statement, check out
the full blog post and get in touch.




Very informative post. Thanks for taking the time to share your
view with us.
I also run a blog that you might want to frequent and possibly
become a regular reader of.

Here’s a comment that’s received a good response lately…

So what other features set Solden apart from the rest? Offering night time activities under
the fireworks, it is possible to ski and snowboard under floodlights. This is something
that has not only attracted skiers from around the world, but also internationally
renowned DJs and musicians that feel the cool and hip Solden slopes is a perfect place to
hang out.

The full post as well as many more can be viewed by dropping by
this page…


Thanks again,


I just book marked your blog on Digg and StumbleUpon. I enjoy
reading your commentaries.

I also run a blog that may be of interest that I’d love to share
with you. I recently stated that…

Standing 870 metres tall, and with snowboarding and skiing facilities on all four faces, it
is no wonder the 628 acre facility is considered the home to Skiing in the area. The
facility allows for natural snow between November and April however this does not set
anyone back for the other months of the year. The revolutionary Avalanche system
actually turns water into snow in an instant.

Feel free to poke around my blog and leave a comment. Us
quality bloggers have to stick together!




I find myself coming to your blog more and more often to the
point where my visits are almost daily now!
You’re probably as big a fanatic as I am which is why I recently

Alternatively, there are some more ski resorts in the Scottish Highlands which are
particularly good value for money. It is important to watch out, though, given that some
resorts cater for the top end of the market, and you could end up paying a lot more than
you bargained for. As long as you do your homework before you leave, you should fin
the resort that is perfect to cater for your needs, and your wallet.

Check out my blog if you’re interested and obsessed as I am…


Thanks for the post,


While this subject isn’t the hardest to write on, it certainly
is hard to get right when you do. (No pun intended).

Here’s an excerpt from my blog on the same subject…

The upper lifts close at 1500 every evening, meaning you get 30 minutes to complete
your last run before your days skiing is over. Opening at 9am in the morning Monday to
Friday there is no excuse for not getting an early start. At the weekends the lifts open
around a half an hour earlier, making it much easier to fit more skiing into your day.

I’ll make sure to re-visit your blog and post comments from time
to time. I enjoy your commentary and attention to the message.

In the mean time, here’s a link to the full post the above
excerpt came out of…


More later,


If you want to extend your conversation, you should definitely
take a quick look at my most recent blog excerpt…
In order to feel safer on your off-piste skiing expedition, there are a few things that you
need to know. Always check on the snow conditions beforehand. Go online, and make
sure you look at a report for La Grave, which should be easy enough to find. Has it
recently snowed? What is the risk of avalanche in the area? What was the local weather
like in the last days? Get information on how warm the weather can get at noon for
instance. Make sure there haven’t been strong winds that might have affected the snow
stability on the slope where you want to go skiing. Open your eyes for cornices and
cracks and listen to possible sounds of the snow mass whilst your out there. If you
remain alert, you'll stand a better chance of avoiding disaster.

There’s plenty more at the full posting as well as many
supplemental materials to add value to your post above here…


Thanks for the post!


You certainly deserve a round of applause for your post and more
specifically, your blog in general. Very high quality material.

I run a related blog and recently said this in a new post I

My first skiing holiday, happened because my wife said that she was bored of going on
holiday in search of sun and I could hardly blame her! Year, after year we ago away to
some place hot and sit on the beach all day, I don’t know about you but it is not our idea
of fun. The year before we had went on a safari holiday, and this was something that we
found a lot more entertaining, it gave us a chance to actually do something different: that
we couldn’t do back home.

Of course, the above is just a portion of a post. You can check
out the full post as well as many others here…


To your success,


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