It's 2042, and global warming has decimated winters on Earth. The few number of remaining snow patches and glaciers are literred with old park rats who refused to give up because, hey, skiing on dry surfaces (inspired by zootspace ix) is the latest trend.
SpaceX announces that it will partner with Vail Resorts to create the Epic Europa Express, an "affordable" ride to Saturn's icy moon. There exists a selection of frigid resorts perfect for reminding customers of skiing the blustery hills of Minnesota or New York. Low gravity has created whole new styles of skiing, such as spinning 6930 tweaked safeties off cannon rails and triple griselda flips done by the common (rich) 12 year old. Lifties have to pay to work there.
What's more, one Saturn year is 29 Earth years, meaning winter lasts at least 7 years. But that's actually irrelevant because Europa is so far from the sun that it is always a desolate windblown winter wonder-wasteland like Eldora and the season is eternal. Ski movies now have main parts featuring snowmobiling in spacesuits out to Europa's most epic couloirs and cliffs. Many mysteriously disappear...
Elon pls make this happen. 2042.