Some ski houses are just about the snow, and here's a unique example of that. The Ski House of the Day (if you can find it) is the Zermatt Lodge in Tasmania:
The remote lodge is located at the highest residential elevation in Tasmania (an Australian island and state), and is inside the Ben Lomand National Park with its Ben Lomond Ski Fields. The park contains the island's second highest peak at approximately 5,150 ft.
This remote little ski house has just the basics: a fireplace, a generator, and one bedroom (a bunkroom for 6)...
...so it's not for everyone; but it is unique, way out there, with a blanket of snow (at least at times), and views of the surrounding mountains:
And by the way, watch out for the Tasmanian Devil! (According to the national park, the Tasmanian Devil is the world's largest surviving carnivorous marsupial, nocturnal and with a spine-tingling screech!).