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piste

1. a trail, slope, or course for skiing
2. a rectangular area for fencing bouts
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With more than 80km of piste, many through wooded mountain-sides, it offers varied skiing for all levels.
With the pistes wide open, a group of teenagers is staging impromptu races and there are a few families teaching their little ones.
Piste basher lessons every Fri from Dec 18-Mar 30, [euro]70 for lift pass holders, [euro]77.
20, said: "It will be the first time we've run Piste Aux Etoiles, and wherever he finishes he'll improve for the outing.
Our lucky winner will receive their flights, transfers, accommodation, ski passes and equipment hire through VIP Snowline tour operators and will be treated with two extravagant "Black" Picnics on the Piste services.
At the Hotel Madeline, staff laid out my skis at the edge of the slope each morning ready for me to step into my bindings and slide down the nearest piste.
A la recherche de renforts en vue de la saison prochaine, l'OM aurait decide de relancer une piste souvent etudiee lors des derniers mercatos.
99 FULL RANGE OF CHILDREN'S SKIWEAR IN STORE 2ND DECEMBER PISTE SAFETY Skiing is great fun but dangers do lurk everywhere, so it's vital you keep as safe as possible on the slopes.
This one is Piste Aux Etoiles, a four-year-old who was runner-up in a Grade 2 hurdle over 2m2f at Auteuil in October.
Tourists could now turn away from Alpine resorts because they are no longer able to rely on good piste conditions during the Christmas holidays, traditionally the industry's busiest period.
SLOPING OFF: La Plagne provides exhilarating sport on and off-piste CENTRE OF ACTION: pistes pass the doors of La Plagne's hotels TOP CLASS: skiers of all abilities from beginners to experts are well catered for
Slope rage is increasing as more and more people take to the piste