Ski Tips for Advanced and Intermediate Skiers
If you've already mastered the basics and are ready to take your skiing to the next level, take a lesson from a professional. Ski lessons aren't just for beginners, there are benefits for taking a lesson whether you've been skiing for six years or 60 years.
Let's take a look at some of the more advance ski techniques that every expert skier should have in their arsenal.
How to Carve
Carving is the essence of skiing. Mastering this skill opens up a world of opportunities on the ski slope.
How to Ski Moguls
You can't call yourself an expert until you can ski bumps like a pro.
How to Kick Turn
Kick turns are neccessary skill on steep, technical terrain, but they're also useful for just getting around anywhere on the snow.
How to Ski Steeps
Once you've mastered the carve, it's time to take it to steeper terrain.
How to Pole Plant
Taking your skiing off piste? You'll want to learn how to pole plant.
How to Hop Turn
Hop turns are a great skill to have on narrow steeps.
How to Ski Powder
Powder. The reason we wake up at 4:00 am, check weather forecasts constantly, and call in sick to work (just kidding!).