<TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=6 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=alt2 style="BORDER-RIGHT: 1px inset; BORDER-TOP: 1px inset; BORDER-LEFT: 1px inset; BORDER-BOTTOM: 1px inset">Originally Posted by nomi1234
[I]Imran Bhai Good to see you hear. we were in touch a few years ago and i went and particpated in Pakistan national ski championship in Naltar a couple of years ago with your brother Faisal. its great to find someone who cares about promoting skiing in Pakistan.
You are speaking of acquiring snow pressing machines and other equipment...its a great thing indeed. however, the most important thing, to revive Malam Jabba Ski resort is not the pressing machines or skiis or other equipment, its the SKI LIFT. without it this will be a useless endevour.
If we want to do this thing properly, then we need to figure out how to get the lifts working. climbing 10 feet at that altitude with the ski equipment on is no joke... and we need a few 100 yards of slope to make this feasible.
I am a die hard skiing fan and have skied on some of the worlds best slopes. trust me, there is nothing better than having a functional ski slope in our backyard. however, we need to assess the full task and make sure we spend where it counts the most.[/I]
Hello nomi1234, Don't under estimate Janj equipment;) take out your ski equipment from store & start cleaning it, disney it self can't provide you a ride of a lifetime & you might not found a 340 Yamaha parked in Lahore where snowfall chances are not very bright. We will take you to your Playground don't worry.