Lost Village in the French Alps - Salomon Freeski

Lost Village - Salomon Freeski TV S8 E07
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Lost Village - Salomon Freeski TV S8 E07

"Val de la Clarée is one of the last quiet corners of the French Alps, but it could have been very different. In the 1970's a proposed highway and tunnel threatened to open the valley up to development, but the local farmers and residents protested. Mark Abma, Leo Ahrens, Tony Lamiche and Timothée Theaux visit this quiet valley to live of the grid in a restored chalet for a week of skiing under their own power."

 


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