blue run

Related to blue run: Blue ruin

blue run

n
(Skiing) skiing an easy run, suitable for beginners
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Visit tucantravel.com due to numerous recent improvements, including a new 'resort return' blue run. Another innovation is the Pocket Wi-Fi, which can connect up to 10 gadgets to the resort's 4G.
Ceri Scott-Howell told the inquest she was skiing down a blue run with Carwyn and Antonia when her daughter had a problem with one of her skis.
down a short blue run to the fabulous After admiring the view, we skied down a short blue run to the fabulous Rifugio Averau, recognised as one of the best mountain restaurant/hotels in Europe.
According to the Mirror, the recent accident, which happened in the resort of La Clusaz on an 'easy' blue run, saw the 51-year-old unnamed man fall from a height of 17 feet before hitting his head, suffering a serious head injury.
Running consultants estimated at most 1,000 runners for the first year Black and Blue Run for Hope.
EXCHANGE RATES Australia: Bangladesh: Canada: 1.5912 Denmark: Euro: 1.1650 Hong Kong: India: 80.6300 Japan: 122.0400 New Zealand: Norway: Pakistan: Saudi Arabia: Singapore: South Africa: Sweden: Switzerland: Turkey: 2.8733 US: 1.5698 As for avoiding accidents in the first place, choose the right piste for your level and be aware that grading levels can be different - what may be a blue run in France may be a red run in Austria.
The sheer terror of navigating my maiden blue run was compounded by a whiteout as cloudy conditions and falling snow made it almost impossible to follow Lloyd's tracks.
Minority investors in the company include Blue Chip, Blue Run and River City Capital Funds.
The views are awesome and there's a lovely, long rolling blue run - Choucas - to practise those turns, plus a restaurant with a sunny terrace where you can enjoy a coffee and breathe in that mountain air.
A short drive (or a blue run, depending on how adventurous you're feeling) from the main slopes is the Hospiz Alm restaurant in nearby St Christopher, where they've nailed the art of rejuvenating tired skiers.
The Olympic Run is rated the ski slope equivalent of a blue run.