Hugo Lateltin: Nowhere to Be - Video

Apr 24, 2017
by Corentin De Meirler  
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HUGO LATELTIN
NOWHERE TO BE



Hugo Lateltin and I grew up in Normandy and though we rode mostly on the small amount of trails Normandy would have to offer we would always settle a plan to ride the french alps and mostly Morzine and the rest of the Portes du Soleil during our summer holidays. Now that Hugo has moved there things have changed a bit. In early April I have decided to spend some downtime in Chamonix with my family with the opportunity to maybe enjoyed the reminiscence of winter and go skiing but I rapidly received a message from him telling me that winter is dead and trail conditions are optimal. I have then grabbed my camera bag and went shooting with him during a couple days in Morzine's surroundings, a place that he is now lucky to call home.

Hugo Lateltin Nowhere to Be

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Hugo Lateltin Nowhere to Be

Unfortunately for him, his bike got robbed a couple days after the end of the shooting.

Hugo Lateltin Nowhere to Be


Rider: Hugo Lateltin
Photography, words & video: Corentin De Meirler // CD-Media



MENTIONS: @CD-Media / @CorentinDeMeirler / @Le-Rider-Normand


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2 Comments

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 What a flowy Movie! Nicely done! I always go to Chatel because it is closer, but the Videos that came out lately from morzine make me want to go there more and more. WE only went from Chatel to avoriaz. How to get to morzine from the top of avoriaz? And is it easy to get back? Or is it Even better to stay in morzine Town directly rather than Chatel?
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 Hey @Fufi7, cheers !

Going from Chatel to Morzine using the lifts is easy, but you need to be organized cause it takes quite some time and if the lifts close (due to stormy weather or simply cause it's closing time) then you won't be able to get back to Chatel that easy...

To get to Morzine from the top of Avoriaz : you just have to follow the road and you'll get to Super-Morzine (or continue the road down to Morzine).

I'd say that if you are used to Chatel, staying in Morzine might be a better solution ! Then you'll have chance to ride Les Gets and the Mt Cherry and the whole Morzine area and its infamous freeride trails Smile (And you will still be able to go the Chatel and Morgins or even Champery..)

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