The amount of sun isn't so important than this of fresh snow these time... Pics here
Good conditions for that remote route. Pics. Approach and return on skis.
Darcy had left his touring gear at home, we managed to ski fresh tracks several days after the last snow fall though, for a part of two runs. All the pics
First visit in Italy for some in the team. The top of Arp is at 2700 m, no glacier there but remote and wild runs. Pics
Adam, Elliot and Matthew used the lifts first before hiking higher than 3000 m. Pics
This place allows nice tree skiing, with great views of the higher mountains. (Available with the unlimited pass). Pics
Boys day out, 2 dads and 2 sons. Pics
Good date booked for Alice, Stein, Bob and Brian. A bit of wind on top. Pics
A lot of deep snow. On skis down to Chamonix. Pics
Training for the team before tackling a glacier. Pics here. We skied several routes in the shade and in the sun.
The team skied the south face of Pointe Blanche (2438 m) before the Jallouvre (2408m) west face, in that limestone range. Pics
Kate and Lewis discovered Chamonix, glacier riding, split boarding. Pics of the day.
Veronika and Gregor visit the Chamonix great rides for their end of year trip. Pics
New snow falls in Chamonix valley, new tracks of Camille enjoying the sun. Pics
Start and return with skis on at 1400 m high for these classical ski and snowboard tours. The last snow falls happened with wind, day after day the snow mantle stability improves. See our pics.
A 3600 m high summit on the boarder Chamonix / Val d'Aosta. Pics
In the Plan de l'Aiguille area, you start climbing in the shade, this is appreciable during warm days. Pics of this classical, beautiful ridge.
Multiple styles on that gneiss rock : slabs, dihedral, steep wall. Pics
Gilles Brunot is preparing the second volume of Bornes-Aravis guidebook, coming out next year. Some photos of the photography session.