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narrow wood or metal or plastic runners used in pairs for gliding over snow

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It's 2 miles uphill (from the ski center to the lakes basin).
When I clicked into a pair of ski boards that first morning, it looked like I had sprouted clown feet.
Perhaps the most common one is what's known as a phantom-foot fall, which occurs when the weight of the skier is on the inner edge of the downhill ski tail during a backward fall, resulting in a sharp, uncontrolled, inward turn of the ski.
I said I would do it on two conditions: one, that they give me a ski pass; two, that they don't give me an office," said Mr.
It's everything a ski garment should be: windproof, waterproof, heat resistant, and breathable.
As you plunge down, the disk spins in an opposite direction beneath your skis.
A mix of trendy galleries and native honesty," according to First Tracks Online Ski Magazine, Taos, where the number of artists per capita is higher than anywhere else in the world, offers a decidedly different experience than most ski towns.
In addition, says Richard Valdez, a Logan, Utah, fishery ecologist, western ski areas are traditionally situated amidst prime wildlife habitats, and expansion of these areas exacerbates declining wildlife populations.
You'll also need a hat, gloves, water-resistant ski pants, and a jacket.
Learn-to-ski package, pounds 189, includes ski school instruction, lift pass, hire of skis and boots.
Since the late 1960s, when cross-country skiing began gaining popularity in the United States, nordic ski lengths have typically ranged from 190 cm for women to 210 cm for men.
Max wears one ski and balances himself with smaller skis attached to his ski poles.
For $10 per vehicle, skiers can buy a Park 'n Ski sticker that entitles them to a whole season of skiing at Lolo Pass and other areas in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Aspen Skiing Company was awarded the 2006 Golden Eagle Award for Overall Environmental Excellence by a ski resort and for three years has been ISO 14001 certified, a third party certification for environmental leadership.
An average of 38 people per year have died on the slopes across the country during the last decade, according to the National Ski Areas Association.