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The End of Après-Ski? Norwegian Resort is First in Europe to Reopen – With Closed Bars and Social Distancing

Screen-Shot-2020-05-05-at-7.15.48-AM The future of skiing is likely to involve social distancing on the slopes.

Dancing in ski boots on a high-altitude terrace could be a thing of the past as the future of booze-fuelled ski holidays hangs in the balance. The first ski resort in Europe has reopened without lifting the shutters on its après-ski bars – sparking speculation that many will follow suit in the future.

The Norwegian ski resort of Myrkdalen has become the first major European resort to reopen after the coronavirus pandemic forced a premature end to the continent’s winter season.

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