Well the best snow for skiing is powder, most of the time, if you're just skiing for fun, and not racing. Powder snow is snow that has not been touched, is soft and deep, most of the time freshly laid that day or night. Powder snow is really great to ski on, as it gives a sense of weightlessness about your skiing. I you've heard of back country or heliskiing, this is what these groups are going to find, people pay a lot of money for it.
well the best time to start to go skiing is when all the hills are open after the first 12 snow falls
The snow season in Chile begins in late June and ends about the middle of October.
The snow season in Argentina begins in late June and ends about the middle of October.
Well that certainly depends on where you plan on skiing. Different destinations have different optimal times. Also, it depends on your tastes. If you don't like crowds, spring skiing may be best for you but the snow won't be as good.I would say about March is a good time to go skiing if you are going to somewhere like France
Heli skiing is done during the winter months because you need snow. Which is why it is called skiing. Exactly when, I do not know. I am not an expert on skiing.
Probably from late October to March, but it's very hard to predict the weather.
July is the best time.
In the winter, Vermont can get a lot of snow. It's great for skiing and snowboarding. But, sometimes we get unlucky, and have no snow. But don't be fooled we have very hot summers, and we don't have snow all the time.
People who lived in snow-covered lands. The exact person is probably not recorded. But skiing has been around a long time. In Sweden, scientists found some skis that are 4,500 years old. There are also cave drawings that shows that skiing is older than that. Skiing wasn't something they did for fun. People used skis for getting around or hunting in the snow.
Spring I've been :)
All of Colorado does get snow at one time or another. There are some states where it only snows in part of the state with higher elevation, so that is a good question, but Colorado is far enough north that it does get snow across the entire state at one time or another, although it snows more in the mountains. Snow doesn't usually stick for a long time in Colorado though, unless there is a huge blizzard. Other times it melts after a few days or a week (depending on how much snowfall there was), and then it is dry and sunny again.