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Summer skiing & riding?

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How many of you would pay USD 1000 for summer skiing or riding?

 

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Think snow!

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if you are in freestyle riding it is worth to visit a glacier.

unfortuanately glaciers use to be pretty flat and there are usually just a few slopes (don't be stupid and go any meter beside the ropes, that is really dangerous).

 

so, just for riding isn't it worth, it gets boring after 2 days.

for freestyletraining is it good, but keep in mind that the slopes usually just open untill 2 or 3 pm (after that the snow gets too slushy and the "bridges" over the glacier gaps getting week)

 

if you anyway on holiday in europe, or america is it worth to go for some days

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The point is, why waiting 6 months when the southern hemisphere has superb snow conditions, specially in South America.

But, how much would you pay for your summer getaway?

 

Cheers.

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camel dude, you sound like an infomercial

spokesman.

 

i can just see it "superb conditions, fresh

powder, now how much would you pay ? ? but

wait that's not all if you call now we'll

include this deluxe set of ginzu knives. . ."

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Hey barok / Ocean 11

 

No infomercial or nothing like that. It´s just I´m from Argentina. That´s all!

 

Tell me if I´m wrong, but what´s wrong about introducing your home country "goods" to new peolpe?

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