A forecast for strong winds and rain in the afternoon meant that flying was off the cards, but the morning was sunny. I headed for the Col des Verts (2499m) in the Aravis mountains on the touring skis with the Amis Montagnards. I'll let the photos tell the story.
Skinning up on beautiful snow.
The sun creeps over the summits, leading us upward.
A lone ski tourer heads for an unknown objective.
Refueling before the final slopes.
Natalie skins up the last few metres to the col. Behind her is the Point Percée (2750m).
Luc rips up the heavy powder on the descent.