Graham films himself skiing the Combe de la Saulire run in Courchevel

As one of Britain’s leading skiers, Graham knows a great run when he sees – and indeed skis – one, so he has teamed up with The Telegraph to pick out standout descents from across the world and film himself navigating it whilst talking viewers through it.

From well-established, well-loved pistes to infamous off-piste routes, Graham selected some of the finest runs for his new video series with Telegraph Ski & Snowboard.

After skiing the Grand Couloir run in Courchevel in his first video and the Face de Bellevarde black run in Val d'Isère in the follow-up, Graham chose the 3km-long Combe de la Saulire in Courchevel for the third instalment.

Graham talks viewers through the descent, explaining that although it is a wide and open red run, it attracts a lot of people, so if you want “motorway skiing” it’s best to catch the Combe de la Saulire first thing in the morning before it fills up.

Graham goes on to point out that this is a run where you can really let your speed pick up, given its large, open expanse – “one of the best red runs in the Alps”, in his words.

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