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|12-07-2007 02:40 PM|
|GoinBig||I would give anything to be able to plan a trip to something remotely that amzing, wow, I'm needing to grow up fast. This is weird, I've never wanted to be a lot older this much.|
|12-07-2007 08:38 AM|
|T.J.||the first thing i saw on this map was "heliski departure point"....jealous!|
|12-07-2007 07:22 AM|
|12-04-2007 12:52 PM|
la grave is a nice option! but mainly when the season is ripe and the pack assurredly sound. it is called thegrave for a reason!
and chamonix was where we were in april this year; is more expensive and you have to go past several equally as nice italiano resorts before you even get to the monte bianco tunnel!
it looks like we are going for the €115 per night per person hotel in cervinia! oh my! i bet they have just sold out!
|12-04-2007 12:35 PM|
|killclimbz||Hmm the Alps are a pain and you have to go through France. Chamonix or La Grave paolo (maybe they are the same). Wtf are you waiting for???|
|12-04-2007 11:53 AM|
oops! how rude of me.....
thanx for your efforts and replies. they are sincerely appreciated.
|12-04-2007 11:52 AM|
Yesterday we found such a bargain place however, roughly about half the price of the next best offer, 1km out of town. However, they want cash or bankers draft from an Italian account. So far further e-mails have gone unansa’d. t’riffic!
I ain’t fussy about peak altitude; we have been to the small hill many many times as the in-laws own a gaff up there. But without snow, there is nothing and I mean FUCK ALL to do! And besides, me and the missus are ALWAYS together.
|12-04-2007 10:59 AM|
Originally Posted by mpdsnowman
|12-04-2007 09:56 AM|
I don't know how much more of pain it is to get there, but isn't Austria just getting pounded with snow this year? Why don't you look there?
|12-04-2007 08:58 AM|
|T.J.||paolo, is the better mtn with cheaper accomodations an option? i'm sure the hotel is $200 per night on the mountain but you can prolly find a room for less than half that just outside of the "resort" area. there are usually plenty of ways to cut corners, use your imagination.|
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