More skiing. Less bullshit.
Get exercise. Get pow. Go home. Stop punishing yourself and the environment.
The downhill skiing industrial complex is getting out of hand. For centuries humans went skiing when it snowed nearby. They climbed up and enjoyed the rides down. Then for a few decades there were small local ski areas with rope tows.
Fast forward to now and certain ski regions are visibly suffering from the forces of capitalism, technology, travel, expectations, convenience and profit. This feels unhealthy and selfish. Is it all worth it?
If you live in or near a location that gets occasional snow in the winter you can simplify the sport and fall in love with it all over again. No snowmaking. No crowds. Just fresh turns days after the storms on your schedule.
Turn wherever you live into a ski town by revising your equipment and mindset. Get back to the roots of the sport.
You a newb? Try skiing for the first time without expensive barriers like travel, new equipment and lodging.
Simple : Defined
1. easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty.
2. plain, basic, or uncomplicated in form, nature, or design; without much decoration or ornamentation.
Find me to get a free tour and gear demo in Colorado's Front Range Foothills
Climb up - Ski down - Repeat
Don't battle for parking. Don't wait in lines. Ignore the red snake. Go when the snow is in. Find peace.