Ski Season 2014 – 2015

Ski Season

Since I first clipped into skis in Switzerland and made my first few anxious snow plough turns down a gentle blue run, it has been the dream to one day work a ski season. Well, that's exactly what I did; spent 5 months living and working high in the snowy French Alpine mountain resort of Tignes. Being a seasonairre is an exhausting but action-packed life of working, skiing and chilling with the other seasonairres.

I managed to ski every day (except Christmas Day, where I had a 12 hour shift), making a total of 135 days and I still woke up each morning just as stoked to get up into the mountains and ski as the very first time. It really was a great experience, and an epic opportunity to get some serious skiing in! If a ski season appeals to you at all, don't hesitate to check out some of the blog posts, and if your question is still unanswered, fire away a comment below or contact me!


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Thinking of doing a season yourself? Here's a few practical blog posts.

What does a kitchen porter do?

What does a nightwatch do?

What is a 'Ski Season Christmas' like?

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