Yes, I have many years ago.
It was actually in Australia when I went on a skiing trip but could not ski!
Had individual lessons but still could not master it, and did not try again!
I have also tobogganed in Europe, also many years ago.
Both times on small slopes as it was scary!
No. I hate anywhere that is cold, so would not go to the snow. I can never seem to get warm enough in cold weather. We took the kids to the snow once just to play around and make snowmen, and I haven't been back since. Occasionally we get a few snow flakes here in winter, but they usually melt as soon as they hit the ground. I certainly wouldn't call going on to the snow for a holiday my kind of fun, but some people love it. They can keep it. Give me a hot chocolate and a seat in front of the fire with a good book anyway.
No I haven't been. I've only been to the snow once, when I was about 18, to the Snowy Mountains in NSW, but there wasn't much snow. I can't remember how what we did there, or how long we stayed. (my parents had a small share in 1 'of the out of date' looking lodges. It was very basic!
Some of the best fun I had while on skiing holidays was taking the day "off" to go tobogganing. Go like hell down then trudge up the hills again; 1, 2 and more of us together. Laughed at ourselves and the others so much until we couldn't laugh any more. Oh yes, sooo much fun to let ourselves go and be children again :))))