So, I learned how to ski

This Saturday, we drove all the way to Røros in search of a quiet alpine ski center. In Norway, we’re lucky enough to have good temperatures for skiing, but winters can be dry and without much snow. In Røros, the snow was in good condition and the slopes were mostly empty. While it’s not a big center and it doesn’t offer a wide variety of slopes to choose from, there was something nice about not having a ton of people around. In any case, I’m still a beginner, practicing slalom again and again and again, until I can control my skis. Next time, I’ll hit some nice slopes.

ps. A ski course (that I took last year) and buying my own skis were so worth it and made such a huge difference! Another item off my list!

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  1. i must say this was a pleasant 5 minutes of my day. you really took some great photos. i love greece and never realised how utterly beautifly were the mountains..

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