It's spring clear-out time and the Powderbeds photo album is no exception. We thought it was about time to sort through our collection from the season and share our favourites. So here are some of the highlights from Winter 2014-15...

 First snow in Avoriaz

The snow fell early in Avoriaz, this was the scene all the way back on November 18th! We all got pretty excited for what the rest of the season would bring...

 

 

Alpe d Huez buried car

In Alpe d'Huez you had to pay close attention and remeber where you parked this winter or you might have lost your car!  

 

The snow arrived in La Plagne just in time for New Year and quick work was made of digging out the picnic tables in time for the outdoor celebrations. 

 

Our team had a great time in Flaine and Les Carroz

In January the Powderbeds team enjoyed the sunshine and captured these great shots while we were in Les Carroz and Flaine. 

 

Highwire in Les Arcs

We love a bit of adrenalin here at Powderbeds HQ but the consensus over here is that we'd rather have our skis firmly on the snow than be dangling above it!  

 

Snowy roof in Avoriaz

We saw huge dumps of snow at the end of January and this shot of a roof in Avoriaz was one of our favourites... How much more snow can it handle? 

 

Amazing hot chocolate with an amazing view

One of the PB teams favourite stops at Toviere in Val d'Isere - a spectacular hot chocolate with an even better view. We promise we skied hard to earn it!  

 

Val Thorens above the clouds

Val Thorens looking stunning above the cloud sitting low in the valley. 

 

Spring skiing in Les Arcs

Deck chairs, palm trees and bikini tops... You'd be forgiven for mistaking this for a summer scene but that's what we love about Spring skiing in warm weather and Les Arcs makes it even more fun with their annual water-slide competition! 

 

We'd love to see the best pictures from your holidays so click the facebook or twitter links below and share your favourite snaps with us!

 

Posted on Friday 24 Apr 2015

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