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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Val Thorens located in the Tarentaise Valley, Savoie, French Alps, is the highest ski resorts in Europe, at 2300 m altitude. It is located in the commune of Saint-Martin-de-Belleville in the Savoie département. The resort forms part of the 3 vallées linked ski area which, with over 600 km of piste, is the largest linked ski area in the world.In the 1960s the potential of Val Thorens to be transferred from a small mountain village into a location for a purpose built ski area was noted. The first area to be developed was the lower area of Les Menuires beginning in 1967. In 1969 the access road was extended up to Val Thorens so that development of the resort could start.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Valérie Ducognon (born 1972) from Granier near Beaufort, Savoie, is a French ski mountaineer. Ski mountaineering is a sport that combines the techniques of skiing (often ski touring) with those of mountaineering. The goal of the ski mountaineer may be to climb a beautiful mountain by a worthy route and then ski the mountain down an elegant line, preferably from the summit. But ski mountaineering is really distinguished from ski touring by a willingness and desire to travel over any part of the mountain, not just those areas with sheltered powder snow fields or other nice descending conditions. This may include significant rock, ice or broken glacier sections, as well as traverses and enchainements rather than just single peak ascents.
Waterskiing is a sport where an individual is pulled behind a boat or a cable ski installation on a body of water, skimming the surface.First experimentations of waterskiing began in 1920, on the lake of Annecy (Haute Savoie), in France. Then, it really started on June 28, 1922 by eighteen-year-old Ralph Samuelson of Minnesota. Samuelson thought that if one could ski on snow, then one could ski on water. Samuelson s first attempt at waterskiing was on Lake Pepin in Lake City, Minnesota. They experimented with different positions on the skis for several days until July 2, 1922. Finally, Ralph discovered that leaning backwards in the water with ski tips up and poking out of the water at the tip led to successful waterskiing. He was towed by his brother Ben and they reached a speed of 20 miles per hour. Samuelson also achieved the first ski jump on July 8, 1925.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Col des Saisies (el. 1657 m.) is a mountain pass in the Alps in the department of Savoie in France. The pass is delimited by the peak of Bisanne to the west, and by the peaks of Légette (Lézette) and Chard du Beurre to the east. The ski resort of Les Saisies is situated on the pass. The pass is often used as part of the route in the Tour de France, most recently in 2010. Mountain pass, Alps, Savoie, Les Saisies, Tour de France, List of highest paved roads in Europe.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. La Plagne is a French ski area in the alpine valley of the Tarentaise (Savoie). Since 2003, La Plagne and the neighbouring resort of Les Arcs form Paradiski's ski area. It is currently owned by Compagnie des Alpes. La Plagne lies at altitudes between 3250 metres (10,660 ft) (on the Glacier de la Chiaupe near the top of Bellecôte) and 1250 metres (4100 ft) (in the village of Montchavin). La Plagne has 100 km² (38 mi²) of ski area spread across four communes (Aime, Bellentre, Champagny-en-Vanoise and Mâcot-la-Plagne). La Plagne has 225 kilometres (140 mi) of slopes (134 slopes : 15 black (expert), 30 red (advanced), 72 blue (intermediate) and 10 green (beginner)), and a large off piste skiing area including Bellecôte's North Face. La Plagne is a modern ski resort with 2 cable-cars (the Telemetro, linking Plagne Centre and Aime-La Plagne and the Vanoise Express, which links La Plagne to Les Arcs and was opened in 2003 and travels at over 40 kilometres/hour (25 mi/hr), making it one of the fastest of its kind in the world), 8 gondolas, 36 chairlifts (1 8-seater, 11 6-seaters, 19 4-seaters and 5 2-seaters) and 38 drag lifts. A bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track was
This guidebook provides an introduction to ski touring in France's Savoie departement and covers the Vanoise National Park and surrounding area. Routes across all the major areas of the region including tours of all levels of difficulty and of all styles, from one-day trips to multi-day, hut-to-hut journeys.