Originally Posted by Trotski
BTW, how exactly do you "ski with someone" anyway? My skis have bindings with space for one boot each.
If I want group sports, I play soccer.
I don't have much experience with this, but after skiing with one person at a time, a friend, my daughter, my son, for example, and then with my son and his friend I can tell you that you need to change tactics a little.
Skiing alone, you just go where ever you want, don't hit anyone and that's that.
With two people it is sometimes fun to follow one another down the hill.
With three people it can be exciting to follow one of the people down the hill, but it is safer if only one person follows the leader and the third person follows the second person.