Mountain Mavericks dining experience at Tom Aikens – Michelin Chef, London

Posted by Emma on January 21, 2014

Being a total self confessed ‘foodie’, I could think about food, talk about food, eat food all the time! So when we get the chance to leave the children at home for a couple of nights and fly to London, we dropped everything – booked the flights and our table at Tom Aikens in Chelsea!  Toptable had a super lunch time deal - £31 for 3 courses and a glass of house wine. For lunch time... Continue reading

Snow Camp 2014 – Team Mountain Mavericks, full report!

Posted by Emma on January 21, 2014

1 Great cause – Snow Camp 20 Teams 1 Team Mountain Mavericks 4 Team members (Olly Lambourne, Lucinda Lambourne, Ian Allen and Hamish Duncan) 2 countries 2 days 21 check points 15 ski resorts 312 km covered 2nd place 1km in it! £3,600 (with gift aid) raised with Virgin Money Giving The word ‘Endurance’ was never really spotted on the promotional... Continue reading

Morzine and the snow

Posted by Emma on September 28, 2012

What snowfall can we hope to get this season in Morzine. Continue reading

Are we heading for another ice age

Posted by Emma on December 5, 2011

As the suns activity is going through a lull, what can we expect the effect to be on the temperature of the earth. Continue reading

Big heavy snow prediction for Morzine (according to the oldies, and they would know)

Posted by Emma on November 4, 2011

There are many more traditional methods of weather forecasting still remembered by the older generations of our community. They are all saying it's going to be a cold and snowy winter Continue reading

For High or Low

Posted by Emma on October 4, 2011

About the common misconception that lower resorts don't get as much snow, in particular reference to Morzine It is often believed that height is the only factor to consider in gauging a resorts snowfall, but the stats are in and it seems things can't be that simple because Morzine Avoriaz gets more snow than Val D'Isere or Meribel Continue reading