On Lockdown in Italy’s Dolomites


No one is immune from the coronavirus—not young people, not countries, not ideologies, and certainly not skiers. If you’re a skier, your lifestyle, and perhaps your livelihood, has been upended in recent weeks. In parts of North America, backcountry skiing is still happening, while all the resorts are closed. In much of Europe, that is not the case. People face hefty fines for disobeying their government’s orders to stay home–and that includes not skiing.

To take the pulse of our global ski community, we will be talking with skiers in various countries to learn about their current situations, their states of mind, and simply life at a time unlike any other we’ve experienced. Look for more interviews in the coming days.

Stefano Martinello, 42, has lived in Moena,…

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