just back from plagne yesterday and funnily enough i did the PB intro
i'd absolutley recommend the experience
best parts for me were the technical sections where throttle control and ensuring the blade was at the right height and angle for the camber were needed.
was longer than 20 mins driving and you do get to give it the beans on the hill sections
until you drive one you cannot really appreciate just how much skill it takes to get a perfect piste as there's so many elements to control
been watching a mix of PB 300 / 400 / 600 Prinoth Everests this week, quite a few by winch too and its bloody impressive what a non winch modern pb400/600 can do, plus at 9pm they all park up for coffee before the all night sessions near the chadron resturant @ plagne centre
really brings home the value of glenshee's investment
if anybodys out there and wants to have a go the number to call for reservations is 00 33 611954072
or e mail email@example.com
they also have monster sized 4x4 quads ( brand new with snow / ice tyres )
for 15min sessions 25 euros , they looked ace fun ....