Top five volcanoes you can ski on

31st October 2015 | Christoph Schrahe

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Mt Etna, Sicily - ©Christoph Schrahe

Mt Etna, Sicily
Copyright: Christoph Schrahe

Mt Etna, Sicily - ©Christoph Schrahe
Mt Etna, Sicily - ©Christoph Schrahe

Mt Etna, Sicily
Copyright: Christoph Schrahe

Mt Etna, Sicily - ©Christoph Schrahe
The base area of Mt Ruapehu's Turoa ski field in New Zealand.

The base area of Mt Ruapehu's Turoa ski field in New Zealand.

The base area of Mt Ruapehu's Turoa ski field in New Zealand.
Mt. Ruapehu, home to Whakapapa and Turoa, is on New Zealand's North Island.

Mt. Ruapehu, home to Whakapapa and Turoa, is on New Zealand's North Island.

Mt. Ruapehu, home to Whakapapa and Turoa, is on New Zealand's North Island.
Niseko, Japan - ©Jordan Manley

Niseko, Japan
Copyright: Jordan Manley

Niseko, Japan - ©Jordan Manley
Located on the north island in Japan, Hokkaido, is famous for its massive snowfalls and great powder skiing. On this day we went cat skiing between Niseko and Sapporo and had the trees all to ourselves. Here Henrik Windstedt hikes up to hit a pillow line.

Located on the north island in Japan, Hokkaido, is famous for its massive snowfalls and great powder skiing. On this day we went cat skiing between Niseko and Sapporo and had the trees all to ourselves. Here Henrik Windstedt hikes up to hit a pillow line.

Located on the north island in Japan, Hokkaido, is famous for its massive snowfalls and great powder skiing. On this day we went cat skiing between Niseko and Sapporo and had the trees all to ourselves. Here Henrik Windstedt hikes up to hit a pillow line.