What Kind of Skier Are You? Share Twitter Google+ Pin it You think you’re a professional, your friends think you’re more excited about the ski bar after the skiing! Take our quiz to find out what kind of skier you actually are! At 9am in the morning, where are we likely to find you? Still in bed.. Eating a three course breakfast Attempting to ski! At the top of the highest slope you can see Having ski races with a group of friends Sat with your head in the guide book planning out specific routes and ensuring the GPS is fully working. When confronted with a steep slope do you.. Closely analyse the wind direction Politely invite someone else to lead before rapidly overtaking Point your skis at the bottom and utter the phrase ‘Geronimo’? Start praying? Look around hunting for a smaller slope that passes a bar? Cry uncontrollably? The weather is starting to close in, do you.. Compare the GPS information on your watch with the 1:25000 map you “happened to have on you”? Continue to ski like you’re in your own magical patch of sunshine as everyone struggles in the fog? Carry on regardless at the same speed and in the same direction? Ask everyone to slow down and stay in a group – largely because you know you’re the most likely skier to get lost / abandoned / chased by a bear. Go back inside to the bar? Beg for a helicopter? What would your first question be in the lift to the top of Mont Fort? "What are the conditions like on the backside and what is the avalanche forecast?" “Is it this a difficult slope” before nailing the moguls like you’re Jonny Moseley? "Is there a speed record for this run"? "Does the telecabine goes down as well as up"? "Is there a restaurant at the top"? "Has anyone died on this run today"? It’s the end of the day and your friends ask if there is time for one last run, do you.. Get in the lift without even considering there is any other option? Say you’re feeling a little tired then hop into the lift like a gazelle? Refuse to admit defeat and climb aboard the lift regardless? Look on in disbelief at everyone getting in the lift, then call for a taxi? You don’t answer because you haven’t left you seat since lunch ended Refrain from answering because you’re currently in the local General Hospital. Share Twitter Google+ Pin it You might also like: Skiing the Chamonix Couloirs 2013 5 of the best skiing photographers to ‘like’ on Facebook 10 Best Ski Resorts for Late Season Snow & Spring Skiing Add your comment comments Comments are closed.