From Lift Lines To Apres, #SinglesLife Heaven
The word echoes through ski resorts worldwide as PubClubber-types seek their social winter wonderlands by gliding down snow-covered mountains on skis or shredding on snowboards.
Skiing and snowboarding is more about the mountain; it’s also about socializing.
There’s something about skiing that brings out the wildest emotions in people. Maybe its because it’s easy to get a really, really cold beer. Whistler rocks and has huge party events such as Australia Day.
And that plays right into the mentality of single people, who love the action on the slopes, the loose atmosphere of the apres bars and the cut-loose nightlife. Ski resorts are great places to hook up for one-night (or long weekend) stands, or even for meeting a long-term mate.
Provided, of course, you are both live within the same geographic area.
Skiing and boarding is one activity in which we endure hardships in order to experience pleasure.
There is the cumbersome equipment, freezing rides on lifts, and layers of clothing that forces us to walk like Frankenstein and makes even the most simplest tasks like unzipping a pocket seem like building an orbital satellite.
Such extreme effort requires extreme socializing to make it all worthwhile.
At ski resorts, you can meet people everywhere and you all have something in common – you’re at a ski resort. So you have a common interest.
You can meet single people everywhere, outside of the lodge, inside the lodge, in the lift lines and, perhaps best of all, at the apres bar. That’s where you can set things up for later in he night.
Or the weekend.
Yes, ski resorts are ideal places for those seeing the singles life.