Peter Evans Partnership | Mission: Survive the PEP ski trip
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The PEP team enjoying the apres ski on the slopes of Morzine

Mission: Survive the PEP ski trip

Members of the PEP team enjoyed a long weekend of skiing in Morzine, France this month. The weather and snow was good for the time of year and everyone returned in one piece despite the many falls, collisions, faceplants…

“The annual ski trip is something I really look forward to. It’s a great weekend full of beautiful scenery, laughs, crashes, cheese and biere speciale!” Lewis recalls, adding, “Oh the skiing conditions were great too!”

Two of the PEP team posing for the camera

Last men standing?

The ski trip is a long-standing tradition of the company with many staff over the years taking to the chair lift, breathing in the fresh mountain air, recharging their batteries and experiencing the great après ski. And as you would expect the transportation side is always well planned…

According to Will, “I had a great time exploring the sunny slopes of Portes du Soleil and trying (and failing) to keep up with everyone else!” Not sure Toby faired any better, “Great time filled with lots of crashes, way too much French cheese and some fresh powder on the second day.” Note the running theme of everyone when asked to share their memories of their time away…

A view of the area the PEP team stayed in

Portes du Soleil, Morzine, France

A possible trip next year to crash some more, is already being discussed.

Main photo l-r: Toby, Helen and partner, Will, Lewis, Andrew and Mark enjoying the après ski