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Online ski pass sales had exploded, she says, and many ski resort websites went down due to big traffic. Some ski resorts already decided and communicated they would not open at all. All the while the spectator-less World Alpine Ski Championships went forward as a TV show with deep snows in Cortina.
Editor Kamila Roboova reports on The Czech Republic and neighboring Slovakia. “COVID situation is still very challenging. Czech Republic is even worse than USA in deaths per 100,000 population. Ski resorts are closed in both Czechia and Slovakia. Lodging, restaurants and other services are closed too.
“Nordic skiing is not disabled, and being very popular in Central Europe, mountains are full of these skiers, alongside skialpinists (backcountry). Many ski resorts provide non-ski activities like snowtubing, sledge trails, etc.” Just don’t plan to ski abroad.
Indoor halls closed
Belgium and The Netherlands have only indoor ski halls which have been closed for months now. Editor Jurgen Groenwals tells us: “We have no idea if and when they will open again. Besides that, people are not allowed to travel, unless for professional reasons. That means no wintersport for anyone living in BE or NL.”
UK Editor Alicia Taylor wrote about really good early season conditions in Scotland, but that’s the good news. Unfortunately, they are closed.
Looking ahead to upside-down summer skiing and riding in the Southern Hemisphere? A good sign is season passes are for sale in Australia and New Zealand with a hoped-for opening in mid-June.
Let’s end this discussion on a positive note with the words of Portillo, Chile’s owner and general manager Henry and Miguel Purcell: “We will be eager and waiting for you with all the warmth, adventure and fun that you have come to expect from Portillo.” Amen to that.
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