Night skiing is the sport of skiing or snowboarding after sundown, offered at many ski resorts and mountains. There are usually electric lights along the piste which allow for better visibility. It typically begins after a resort’s skiing-day ends, and ends between 8:00 and 10:30 p.m. Night skiing offers a few last runs for busy skiers who don’t have time to ski during daylight hours. Trails at night are normally not as busy as during the day, but there are usually fewer runs available. The trails also tend to be icier than during the day, due to melting and refreezing.
- many opportunities for shredding after the sun goes down are downright incredible.
- Reservations run the gamut of $640 per night for the entire hut to $40 per individual, dorm-style spot.
- We’re talking about 300 to 400 inches of white fluffy goodness in a single month. It just doesn’t stop snowing
“The hut comfortably sleeps 16 people. Reservations run the gamut of $640 per night for the entire hut to $40 per individual, dorm-style spot.”