修学旅行 第3日目

スキー教室 2日目

午前中は曇りで、各班が二つの山に分かれレッスン開始。 リフトにも慣れ、みんな上達しました。

午後からは雪が激しくなりましたが、中級コースを滑れるようになった班もありました。ルスツの最高峰イゾラ(標高994m)の山頂まで行った生徒もいました。

 

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