The Thrills and Chills of Skiing
Flying down through snowy drifts, the sky overhead and your feet precariously balanced on two flat sticks. This is the challenging sport of skiing. It is sport known world wide and enjoyed across the globe, but it is also known to be one of the more difficult and dangerous. Skiing not only encompasses both challenge and enjoyment, it also shares a huge quantity of pros and cons. Exploring these aspects of skiing brings us closer the sport itself and puts this snowy ride under the microscope of analysis and inspection. Inspecting this sport more closely, will allow the opportunity of viewing skiing from a macroscopic level, thus enabling us to give the reader a dynamic picture of this sport in its entirety. Skiing is full of advantages and disadvantages depending on the individual and circumstances. Looking at the disadvantages on skiing there are some people who like more challenging terrain and/or harsher weather. However, there is one disadvantage that everyone can agree on, the high cost of going skiing. But, let’s not dwell on the bad stuff because the advantages about skiing completely override the annoyances. For example, skiing is healthy and very fun, especially after you have been doing it for a while. And it also provides a chance to be outside in the fresh mountain air exercising. One of the most unpleasant disadvantages with skiing is how expensive it is. From the start to the end of this excursion, money floats out of your wallet from travel arrangements, possible hotel expenses, equipment, lift tickets, to hot and steaming food to fight off the chill, and so on. It’ s as though you walk in the front door and they’re all lined up to take your money. Literally never-ending, a skiing trip can really add up and pretty soon what might seem to be a minor excursion can easily hit into the hundreds of dollars. Sadly, these outrageous costs are a necessary evil which provide a way to get to the mountain....
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