Backcountry Skiing in the Pyrenees

Personal log of a novice backcountry skier in his backyard

Wet Saioa

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Català – Castellano – Français – English.

(Català) Decididament un dia força dolent, si no fos pel fet que qualsevol dia a la muntanya és millor que un dia passat davant de la tv o del pc. Poca visibilitat, he hagut d’aparcar a 2km i fer aquesta distància (anada i tornada) caminant per la carretera, neu pesada i al final pluja que m’ha ben mullat. Hem tingut dies millors.

(Castellano) Día bastante malo si no fuera porque cualquier día en la montaña es mejor que un día delante de la pantalla (del televisor o del pc). Muy poca visibilidad, he tenido que aparcar a 2kms y andar por la carretera con los esquíes a cuestas, nieve muy húmeda y la final la lluvia me ha empapado. Ha habido días mejores.

(Français) Une journée assez mauvaise bien que n’importe quel jour à la montagne est bien meilleur qu’un jour devant l’écran (de la tv ou de l’ordinateur) . Très peu de visibilité, il a fallu que je me gare à plus de 2kms et marcher sur la route en portant les skis, neige très lourde et à la fin la pluie m’a bien trempé. On a vécu des jours bien meilleurs.

(English) Quite a horrible day if it weren’t for the fact that any day in the mountains is better than any day in front of the screen (tv or pc). Very low visibility, I had to park some 2kms down and walk on the road carrying my skis, very heavy and wet snow and in the end the rain soaked me completely. We’ve had better days.

One comment on “Wet Saioa

  1. Josh
    March 4, 2014

    Looks awesome to me! And right now I am out after momentarily dislocating my shoulder in the Sierra Nevada. Such a stupid fall, now my tendons are all swollen and this sling is so annoying!

    Hope it clears up soon.

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