It's super interesting finding out about skiing in places you wouldn't think of. I worked at a tiny resort called Smokey mountain in Labrador, Canada this season, and my home mountain is a tiny hill on Prince Edward Island where it's usually 90% man-made snow.
Skiing on the tiny hills Serena and Talma in Southern Finland reminded me of home with the quick laps and cameraderie, but a lot of things were totally different and unexpected too, like riding the city bus to the ski hill, and only T-bar lifts, but lots of them.
I think it was @theabortionator
who worked at a ski hill in Africa, which sounded super cool, and I remember someone did a write-up on skiing in the caucasus mountains in Georgia.
I read an inspiring newspaper article years ago about a man who skiied in all 50 states.
I would love to go skiing in Scotland, just to see what it's like.
The quirky micro ski scenes that develop in smaller, out of the way areas are always fun to discover.
Who has stories of going skiing somewhere super remote or where they wouldn't expect to find skiing?