Popular Misconceptions Commonly Found at Ski Resorts

Pointing your ski poles straight up makes you go faster and look like a racer.


“Trail closed” or “Out-of-bounds” is on open invitation to go for the extreme.


Dressing like an ass-clown makes you superior to everyone else, especially those who don’t board.


The rest of the ski resort is delighted and thrilled to hear your grunge music being blasted in the terrain park.

The rest of the ski reso

If you’re under 14, it’s your God-given right to ski out out of control and terrorize the public.


Double-black diamond runs down East are just as dificult as the ones out West.

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7 Comments on “Popular Misconceptions Commonly Found at Ski Resorts”

  1. Popular Misconceptions Commonly Found At Ski Resorts…

    […]Popular Misconceptions Comonly Found at Ski Resorts. Pointing your ski poles straight up makes you go faster and lok[…]…

  2. vered Says:

    Loved each and every one of those! How true!

  3. Friar Says:


    Yeah! Ain’t it the truth?

    I can draw another dozen of these.

  4. Julie Says:

    I fall into the “under 14” category. It’s why I don’t ski. 😉

  5. Friar Says:


    The secret is to start skiing before you’re 14. So that by the time you’re an adult, you’re good enough to out-race and out maneuver the little beggars.

  6. Sharilyn Batala Says:

    A ski resort is a resort developed for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports. In Europe a ski resort is a town or village in a ski area – a mountainous area, where there are ski trails and other supporting services such as hotels, restaurants, equipment rentals, and a ski lift system. In North America it is more common for ski areas to exist well away from towns, and the term ski resort is used for a destination resort, often purpose-built and self-contained, where skiing is the main activity. –

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