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First descent Mont Emilius

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Powder late April?

Powder late April?

by meteomorris on 23 April 2015
It's late April, summer is well on its way and it felt like Spring in the Alps the last couple of days. A lot of resorts already closed their lifts for the season. But there's more snow on...» Read more
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The day after Easter

The day after Easter

by GerkeDeekens on 23 April 2015
It snowed the days before Easter, and then it snowed some more... We finished our workweek and woke up with sunschine shining through the windows. It's a nice feeling driving up to the glacier...» Read more
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First descent Mont Emilius

First descent Mont Emilius

by meteomorris on 22 April 2015
Unknown to most, Mount Emilius is the mountain that overlooks the city of Aosta. In 2013 Julien "Pica" Herry and I skied the North Face of Becca di Nona and on that...» Read more
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Snow for the high alpine

Snow for the high alpine

by meteomorris on 16 April 2015
After a week with high temperatures in the Alps colder air is finally coming in on Friday. But this invasion is extremely difficult. Now, at the time of writing, it is still summer in the...» Read more
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PA #21: where to go?

PA #21: where to go?

by meteomorris on 2 April 2015
Winter is back! The real hurricane winds are pretty much gone, but there still is a strong wind in the mountains. Between Wednesday and today it snowed heavily and it will keep on snowing...» Read more
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PA #21: Critical avalanche situation!

PA #21: Critical avalanche situation!

by meteomorris on 1 April 2015
There were gusts of wind up to nearly 200 kmh measured on Tuesday and the end of the rollercoaster is not yet in sight. Large parts of the northern Alps saw the snow cover grow...» Read more
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Reise er død

Reise er død

by EmileHendrix on 1 April 2015
Siden svært lenge ser jeg at 'reise' endrer. Da en halv time med bilen var en alvorlig eventyr for Emile i grunnskolen og en dag i bilen på vei til skiferie i alpene med mine foreldre kunne...» Read more
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PA #21: LIVE blog!

PA #21: LIVE blog!

by meteomorris on 31 March 2015
We'll follow the line of storm depressions that travel over Europe towards the Alps as much as possible the next 48 hours. Storm, lots of snow, rising and dropping temperatures will cause a lot...» Read more
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PA #21: Powder at Easter and HIGH avalanche danger

PA #21: Powder at Easter and HIGH avalanche danger

by meteomorris on 30 March 2015
And we just thought that spring had already begun, but the jet stream had a different idea. PA #21 has been postponed until further notice due to hurricane winds, lots of snow and rising...» Read more
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Forlesninger om umuligheter

Forlesninger om umuligheter

by EmileHendrix on 29 March 2015
Sammenligninger, øvelser og en god plan hjelper meg til å svare vanskelige spørsmål og løse store utfordringer strukturert. Selv om nye tinger kunne være mer morsomt og sikkert like spennende, …...» Read more
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FWT Live: Bec des Rosses

FWT Live: Bec des Rosses

by Arjen on 27 March 2015
Tomorrow morning at 9.00 am it's going to happen. The last stop of the Freeride World Tour in Verbier on the legendary Bec des Rosses. Tomorrow we'll know who can call themselves the 'world...» Read more
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PA #21: hold your horses

PA #21: hold your horses

by meteomorris on 27 March 2015
Around 35-60 cm of freshies came down in the Piemonte between Monday and Wednesday and you could ride some great powder. It pretty much exploded a bit in parts of the Dolomites. Out of...» Read more
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