2. 00:09 Mid shot of 'off piste' zone with rocks where Schumacher had his accident, viewed from ski lift.
3. 00:14 Close up rocks in off piste zone near the site of Schumacher's accident, viewed from ski lift.
4. 00:20 Wide shot of off piste zone sandwiched between blue-level slope Biche (left) and red-level slope Chamois, viewed from ski lift.
5. 00:29 Mid shot of banner signalling the beginning of blue-level slope Biche with French Alps in background.
6. 00:34 Wide shot of skiers on Biche slope.
7. 00:40 Wide shot of Biche slope (foreground), accident off piste area with rocks (centre) and Chamois slope with ski lifts in the background.
8. 00:46 Wide shot of skier wearing helmet.
9. 00:52 SOUNDBITE (English) Steve Bovill, tourist from the UK:
"I'm being as careful as I'm always am. I don't normally ski too dangerously: always wear a helmet and always look out for other people. I don't' think the way Schumacher went over was a very dangerous place. A lot of people were saying he was off piste skiing and it wasn't. It was an accident that could have happen to everyone."
10. 01:13 Wide shot of skiers.
11. 01:17 Tracking shot of skiers on the Biche slope.
12. 01:23 SOUNDBITE (English) Nick Mackie, tourist form the UK (on being a fan of Schumacher):
"I think the scary thing is that Schumacher was, you know, he's a legend in Formula One, he was wearing a helmet, and had a horrific accident."
14. 01:37 Wide shot of skiers going down the Biche slope with off piste area on left side in background.
15. 01:44 Wide shot of off piste area of Schumacher's accident.
16. 01:50 Mid shot of off piste area with rocks.
17. 01:55 Wide shot of skiers and snowboarders riding down slope.
18. 02:01 SOUNDBITE (English) Nathalie Straub, tourist form Germany:
"Yeah, I think it's a good thing to wear a helmet and I think everyone should do it. I've been wearing one for five years I think. It makes me more secure, for sure."
19. 02:15 Close up of rocks in off piste area of Schumacher's accident.
20. 02:20 Wide shot of Biche slope (foreground), accident off piste area with rocks (centre), Chamois slope with ski lifts (background).
On the slopes bordering the area where Michael Schumacher was critically injured nine days ago, it was business as usual on Tuesday - skiers and snowboarders of all ages were enjoying the snow and a clear sky over the French ski resort of Meribel.
Schumacher's accident took place within a small section of the hill, sandwiched between an intermediary-level, a blue run named Biche and an advanced, red run called Chamois.
There are no fishnets to mark this rocky area, but simple poles along the regular slopes.
Formula One legend Schumacher remains in a "stable but critical condition" on Tuesday at Grenoble University Hospital after suffering from a head injury in a skiing accident in the French Alps.
Following rumours of a slight improvement in Schumacher's condition on Monday evening, his manager Sabine Kehm announced by email: "I can confirm Michael's condition can be considered as stable. I cannot confirm to have stated that his life is out of danger."
Schumacher's family, including father Rolf and brother Ralf, his wife Corinna and family friends Dr. Gerard Saillant and FIA President Jean Todt have been at Michael's bedside all last week. But only Schumacher's manager was seen entering the hospital yesterday.
Meanwhile, Schumacher's accident is being investigated by local police.
Insurance experts on French TV have been speculating on the possible liability of the Meribel ski resort where the accident took place, of the maker of Schumacher's helmet - which was found broken by the emergency crew on the scene - and the responsibility of Schumacher himself.
There has been speculation as to the speed Schumacher was travelling at when the accident occurred but, his manager Sabine Kehm has stated that her client was going slowly, trying to help a friend when he hit a rock, was then propelled into the air and crashed back down head first.
Local prosecutor Patrick Quincy will hold a press conference on Wednesday at 1000 GMT in Albertville.
Schumacher is the most successful F1 driver in history, registering a record 91 race wins.
He retired from Formula One in 2012 after claiming a record seven world titles.
'Schumi', as his fans affectionately call him, was famously aggressive on the track and no less intense off-circuit.
In retirement, he remained an avid skier, skydiver and horseback rider.