In Episode 71, we find out about Les 2 Alpes, snowshoeing in Engelberg, quarantine, testing and the new ‘traffic light’ travel rules, plus we have snow reports from around the Alps and an focus on equipment trends for 2021/22.
Iain was joined by Helena Hospital, Press Relations from Les 2 Alpes and Alyn Morgan from SkiKitinfo.
· Alyn last skied in Glenshee
· France is in lockdown just now
· Iain covered the French ski resort protests in December on Skipedia
· Helena confirmed that lift pass revenues in Les 2 Alpes are down from €170m to €40m
· Les 2 Alpes will open with limited capacity, perhaps only 300 lift passes per day
· Look out for the Bradley Wiggins-hosted cycling event in September in Les 2 Alpes
· This is the Elan Voyager foldable ski
· Watch this video for a reminder why knowing how your transceiver works is essential
· Roving Swiss reporter Charlie Rees was in Engelberg
· Roger Federer is now a global ambassador for Switzerland
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