I always get funny looks when I tell people I have lived in Colorado my whole life and I have never been skiing or snowboarding. I have one simple excuse for it, and that is that I hate the cold. I hate the cold when I am bundled up in 17 layers of clothes, so I cannot imagine letting it all hang out in subzero temps, but I can tell you that it makes skiing a lot more fun to watch. 

"Valhalla" is a new film about one man’s search to rediscover the freedom of his youth through his love for skiing. I am not a skier as I mentioned, so a little over an hour of usually clothed skiers isn't really my style. But for about two minutes of the film I am intrigued as clothes are cast aside, and the skiers let it all hang out.

Although much of this film takes place across the pond, it seems as though naked skiing is a popular pastime even in our neck of the woods. Interested in giving it a try? If so there’s a few slopes in Colorado known for their reputation for naked skiing;

Copper Mountain, Colorado which hosts the Eenie Weenie bikini contest.
Crested Butte, Colorado which has a tradition of naked skiing on the last day of its season.