Aether's trip to the Alps

06 March 2017

The Aether team enjoyed a company excursion to the Alps for a weekend in March, for team building and to celebrate company successes. For environmental reasons we travelled by train. Compared to flying this saved approximately 6,600 kg CO2.   We enjoyed downhill skiing, snowboarding, hiking, cross country skiing and relaxing.

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Sunday morning and the sun was shining. Everyone headed straight to the top of the mountains to see the breathtaking views.

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And enjoy the fresh powder:

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After two great days spending time together in the stunning Alps scenery, we headed back to Spain and the UK. Everyone bleary eyed, but everyone smiling!

 

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