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

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In addition to aligning with Marc Girardelli as a Global Brand Ambassador, Bomber Ski will continue its relationship as an official supplier to the U.
If you start early enough in the day, you can ski back to the Tamarack Lodge at midday.
Why on earth would I put on ski boards and head out onto bumps and moguls, the most difficult area of any mountain?
Their discovery may be of use to ski manufacturers in the interest of decreased injury risk.
Big White, Canada's third largest ski hill, is an elaborate complex of buildings erected on the side of a mountain; the lodge is halfway up the mountain.
In terms of technical equipment, the current crop of skis, boots, and bindings are engineered for comfort, ease, and performance.
And Taos Ski Valleys chairlifts are pressed into service for summer sightseeing.
The National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), an industry trade organization, says total skier-days (or one day of skiing for one person) range between 50 million and 54 million per year, a total increase of 2-4% since the 1978-1979 season.
Sign up for a series of lessons at a YMCA or ski school, ask for help from a skiing friend, or join a ski club at school.
Price includes free wine with four-course evening meal, rooms with balconies and six-day free ski pass (worth pounds 116).
In between these two Forest Service areas, the Nightingale Nordic ski center is struggling to get started.
Skis on The Run, a Park City and Deer Valley ski rental company, is setting a new standard.
It's been something we've been doing for 30 years,'' said Bob Roberts, executive director of the California Ski Industry Association.
Layered in Patagonia thermals and Spider ski gear, positioned on his Dynastar 4x4 skis (he usually travels with three pairs, even on local runs), and straining his neck to see past the curtain of white stuff his skis kicked up, this IT project manager for Farmers Insurance in Los Angeles, California, plowed through the bowl of waist- to chest-deep powder.