In association with the brilliant Fish and Pips this year’s All Mountain MarmaCamp is going to a delicious feast both on and off the slopes.
The All Mountain Masters week is aimed at those who are comfortable around most of the mountain. Maybe slightly hesitant or less capable when the slope becomes bumpy, steep, narrow or covered in a thick layer of fresh snow.
Being slightly hesitant or less capable does not mean less willing or enthusiastic though.
This week is perfect for those that would like to continue in their development of skiing so that they don’t hesitate or feel less capable when the tougher conditions arrive in front of them.
The idea of this week is that we will “ski the snow on the ground”. We will make the most and the best out of whatever conditions are presented to us. If we are blessed with powdery snow or good off-piste conditions then the week will be influenced by that.
If we have not had any fresh snow for a while and the off-piste skiing is not likely to produce positive results then we will focus elsewhere. We can enter the bumpy slopes to learn how to deal with, ski and even enjoy these undulating lumps in front of us.
We can look at solid piste technique and make sure what we are trying to achieve and we actually are achieving are matching.
There are some great black runs and beyond where time can be spent experiencing gradients that are not an every day occurrence.
The common thread throughout all the skiing – whether it is on piste, off piste, in bumps or anywhere else – is that you will be developing the skills, understanding, confidence and ability to take on anything and everything that lays before us.
This is however only one side of the holiday…..
Accommodation, food and beverage will be courtesy of the fabulous Fish and Pips.
Delicious food – morning, afternoon and evening. Great wines to accompany your dinner and staff who are as friendly as they are professional.