An observation on human behavior: There are two lifts that take you to the main summit of this ski slope; one is a chairlift that seats six abreast, the other is a dual anchor lift. They are roughly equally fast, the only difference is that one allows you to sit down for a few minutes while in the other you stand up, getting pulled by a plastic hook behind your legs; not so that it is painful, just a bit less lazy than the chair. And yet, with such a small difference between the lifts, there is a massive queue to the chair, people packed together in a dense lump in front of it, while only a few people stand in line for the anchor. That so many would endure the buffeting and stress of a queue just to sit down for a few minutes is beyond me. So, I aim for the short queue and head up the mountain.