Skiing After the Wind

A fantastic day out with the Finnish House Mafia team to the Breche Tacul which offers jaw dropping views to the mythical North Face of the Grandes Jorasses. Its been 6 months since we were all climbing there in all time conditions and the face now looks a lot drier but still good enough for young Brit Tom Ballard to solo the Colton Macintyre in 3 hours on March 8th. A great effort considering how dry the upper pitches look.

Our ski descent was on sublime spring corn with buttery turns with the only negative for Friday 13th being my Sony RX100 dying after a fews years hard service. Many thanks to Mika Merikanto for the photos. Check out his awesome photography and blog at http://mikumerikanto.blogspot.fr/

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Me with the Jorasses in the back ground. 10542698_10153247059653953_2465044037215883954_o11008577_10153247062088953_2671123182703751466_o (1)

The Navis Freebird is proving to be an all time favourite touring ski of mine. 11054738_10153247101693953_1847180050_o

Mikko H and Jesper20150313_122555

Mikko above and below11064519_10153247102063953_1762995949_oMika Merikanto-1

Mika Merikantonavis freebird-1My last ever shot before my Sony RX100 died.

 

One thought on “Skiing After the Wind

  1. Very, very big Woman !

    2015-03-15 17:19 GMT+01:00 Ross Hewitt :

    > Ross Hewitt – Skiing, Climbing, Photography posted: “A fantastic day > out with the Finnish House Mafia team to the Breche Tacul which offers jaw > dropping views to the mythical North Face of the Grandes Jorasses. Its been > 6 months since we were all climbing there in all time conditions and the > face now looks “

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