The World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Switzerland, a snowy ski town carved into the Alps.
So after a week of trudging through a few feet of snow back and forth to the conference and staring longingly at the mountains, I finally got my chance to ski.
On Saturday, Reuters sponsored an event for a few hundred WEF-goers to ski or snowboard for the day at Parsenn, a local resort.
Business Insider’s executive editor Jay Yarow and I got to Ettinger Sport, the the ski rental place in Davos, at 9:3o AM. We got suited up and hit the lifts.
Here’s what it’s like to ski the Swiss Alps.