"You've got to schuss this bit Margaret; you've got to schuss it!"
No snow? No problem. Strap on your skis and shoot down the escalator! Not sure if that escalator skiing trend is linked to global warming, with melting snows driving skiers from their natural habitat, or part of some hit and run tactics of the ‘stand on the right, walk on the left’ school of escalator
Talk about snow angels! These brave bikini-clad babes hit the slopes of Méribel in Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini ♪♫♬ Via youtube
Snow and surfing don’t go together? Decide for yourself! Pro rider PH Davoine turns the sports world around: See what happens when a surfboard gets in touch with the white widths of the mountains. Via Ph Davoine
Grab your bike and hit the track.
There are people, and then there are people at après ski. This guy losing his 5h!t at the Ronnie in Méribel is really something. Via youtube
This is the evening they've all been talking about, but sadly no one was listening.
The Borat style mankini doesn’t work anywhere, especially out skiing in Meribel. At first, it seems such a good idea. Skiing. In a mankini. It’s Borat on Ice. It’ll be classic. But when you see this guy tentatively reaching the bottom of the slope, both balls popping out and his flat white arse shaking uncontrollably,
Go home ski instructor, you’re drunk! One shot of genepi after lunch is one thing, but an entire bottle is another… Remember kids, don’t drink and ski 🙂 Via youtube
Champagne: You’re Drinking It All Wrong!!! Dancing on tables and champagne shower at La Folie Douce Méribel. Keep calm and champagne shower on… Via youtube
They told me I could be anything I wanted, so I became a freestyler… Julien Lizeroux, an alpine ski racer specializing in slalom, made his World Cup debut in 2000, but all the racing experience since then didn’t help the 35-year-old avoid the embarrassing start he suffered on his first run Sunday at the FIS
And you thought Jesus was the only one that could walk on water… For the uninitiated, pond skimming involves brave skiers and snowboarders attempting to cross a long, cold, often slush-filled pond; the objective being to make it to the other side without getting wet. Some achieve this objective, but the majority do not. And
What do you do when you stumble across a frozen lake? Walk across it, of course. That’s one way to break the ice! Via youtube
Warning: Do not watch if you’re frightened by mountain dwellers and/or yodeling. Yeah, I probably won’t be getting any sleep tonight. Yodel-Ay-Ee-Oooo!!! Via youtube