I am wondering how many hours/day people ski and how many days per week you're are able to do that physically.
i ski twice a week this season and it is three hours away but at sea level. I notice that my inlaws and friends who live at higher altitude near Denver are able to go longer and more days in a row than I am able. And I guess this is expected.
Still they dont ski as often as I do but still ski me into the ground when we ski togehter out there.
I had a cuz who lived at Vail and had a biz on the mountain so she would ski everyday but I noticed that they wouldnt ski all day by any means.
So I have a few questions.
- IIf you are a tourist from low elevation, how much do you actually ski when you take a week in the high elevation mountains as in Colorado? Hours/day? days per week?
- If you live at higher elevation how much are you able to ski in a day and how many days in a row do you ski if you were to push it for a week on vacation?
- If you live at a resort, and work there, how much do you ski in a day and how often are you able to do that physically?
- And, besides the physical aspect, if you live and work at a resort, how often are you able to ski? Alll day ever? how often?