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PISTE BASHER DRIVING OVERVIEW

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Piste Basher Driving (Snowcat Driving)

Piste Basher Driving (Snowcat Driving) from Meribel, Three Vallees, France

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Winter Activities & Snow Sports
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PISTE BASHER MERIBEL
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PISTE BASHER DRIVING (SNOWCAT) - OVERVIEW


 PISTE BASHER DRIVING (SNOWCAT DRIVING)

It’s the end of a ski day. The sky turns a milky twilight. You and your fellow skiers float away from the slopes and reach for your first well deserved drink of the day whilst you turn to look back on the slopes with an undeniable air of satisfaction.

And there it comes. The Piste Basher.

Have you ever wondered how it feels to be behind the controls of this beast of a machine and smoothing the slopes back to perfection? Well get in line and quench that desire! Learn how to drive and operate this large tracked vehicle. It’s a genuine grooming machine and it can be yours to take around a varied circuit with the assistance of a professional pilot.

A very unusual activity in which the general public can participate! You've all seen them driving up and down the mountains making ski runs if you ski or board. Well now it's time to get behind the controls of a Piste Basher (snow cat) yourself. Learn how to drive and operate this large tracked vehicle a genuine grooming machine round a varied circuit assisted by a professional pilot. You will learn how to push the snow around and be taught how to flatten it to make a pisted run.

Piste Basher Driving along with many of the other driving activities can be performed on an individual basis or as a small group activity. This can be in the form of corporate groups where it is the perfect activity for generating team spirit amongst staff or for entertaining clients.


PISTE BASHER MERIBEL
PISTE BASHER COURCHEVEL
PISTE BASHER PICTURES
   
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