This is how ski season is shaping up in the Southern Hemisphere
The state of skiing in Chile, Argentina, Australia and New Zealand. Featured Image: Courtesy of Thredbo Resort
This spring, unprecedented events caused by the coronavirus outbreak caused ski season to be cut drastically short in North America and across Europe. In the Southern Hemisphere, however, resorts have been hunkered down in their off-season, prepping for winter. How skiing will take shape in Chile, Argentina, Australia and New Zealand is still under debate, mainly because each country has applied varying restrictions on travel and safety protocols. To get a better understanding of how ski season is taking shape below the equator, we spoke to David Owen of PowderQuest, a guiding company that specializes in trips to South America, and photographer Colin Levitch based on Australia’s Gold Coast. Here’s the local’s outlook.
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