Originally Posted by The Drifter
Those mountains are the oldest on earth...
No, Drifter, they are not. The Laurentians in Quebec are about 60 million years older than the Appalachians.
Although skiing in the younger, northeastern Appalachians is better because they are often 1000-2000 feet taller than the highest of the Laurentians. Longer runs & prettier views!
Which begs the question: What is
the world's oldest (surviving) mountain chain?
, have fun on your latest adventure. You certainly do get around and I'm going to look up the Judahculla stone right now.