Skiing Magazine: Greetings from Mongolia – writer Evelyn Spence’s first impressions of Mongolian skiing

Sorry I haven’t been able to send you many updates—wireless was a bit spotty but now I think it’s solid. We’re able to get on our phones up at Sky Resort but it’s hard to type a very long e-mail when it’s -40 F. The scene at Sky Resort: picture women with Louis Vuitton purses and spiked heels in the lodge, bitterly cold temps, bright sunshine, great grooming, hipsters skiing in jeans, women skiing with their purses slung over their shoulders, groups of people stopping at the edge of a slope to smoke cigarettes, snowmaking that only needs to be done once in November and once in March because it stays firm for months, and just a couple runs total on a 14-cm base depth. A scene unlike anything in North America. To read the full article, click hereGreetings from Mongolia – writer Evelyn Spence’s first impressions of Mongolian skiing

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