I know that I shouldn’t be complacent, but the conditions here are still absolutely stunning.
We keep catching ourselves remarking on how empty the pistes are, then realising that, well, the season’s barely started – with the snow and the blue skies it really does feel like March.
We’ve also been celebrating the start of two new parts of the ski school – the new race club for kids and teens has launched, and we’ve also started an adaptive side to the school which is run on a strictly not-for-profit basis. What’s adaptive? Well, adaptive is any specialist ski teaching that goes beyond normal lessons – everything from visually impaired ski lessons, to learning difficulties to sit-skis.
It’s a really important initiative that’s been started in conjunction with Disability Snowsport UK, and we’ve given our first lessons this week.
And as soon as the missing USB key with all the impressive pictures on it appears, we’ll upload the images (sorry Gemma – it»s here somewhere).