Wanna hit the slopes year-round and maybe give chairlift cable skiing a go (but seriously, don't, it's not safe)? Well, why bother buying a lift pass when you can just buy the whole resort? It might sound out of reach, but in fact, a ski resort in Austria that used to be worth millions now costs just $1.39.
That's right: You can buy an entire resort for a little more than the cost of a McDonald's double cheeseburger.
Up for sale, the resort sits in the idyllic town of Petzenbahnen in the Carinthia region near the Slovenian border. And though it may look quaint, it's got 16 miles of runs split into seven miles of blue beginner slopes, seven miles of red intermediate slopes, and two miles of black expert slopes, according to the Daily Mail. And that's not even mentioning the snowboard park, a cross-country ski area, and an ice skating rink. There's also a restaurant, ski huts, a shop where visitors can buy skiing and snowboarding swag, and a ski academy.