im gonna say no.... do to the fact that skiing on snow.. you melt some of it to water and you slide on the water.... i believe that CO 2 does not have a liquid sate and is very very very cold...... i imagine.. if you hopped on a slab of dry ice. with skis.. your skis would freeze and probably start to come apart.
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yes but at a very cold temp. so when you ski on it it wouldnt melt.
and the answer to this question is no. its just too cold, so the moment your bases touch or you attempt to slide, it would freeze to any moisture on your skis immedieatly and your skis would just be attached to it