I would go do the actual activity. Last year one day I skinned the same ski slope twice (1000 feet, about ~30 minutes of uphill each time) and used it as an AeT test. I just compared the HR and time to do the laps and calculated the drift. There is a little time in between but it seemed minimal. Or if you have a big mountain that you can go up for an hour, although I wonder about the effects of being at a higher altitude for the second half.
I suspect that my AeT is different between uphill running and ski mountaineering. How would you imitate ski mountaineering on a treadmill?
I was thinking about using poles and wearing ski mountaineering boots?!
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