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Act now to take your personal teaching to the next level by skiing and riding at Breckenridge, with some of the best instructors in the world. Breckenridge is located in central Colorado, surrounded by towering mountains. The resort is comprised of five distinct peaks, with terrain ranging from rolling beginner areas to steep chutes and bowls.
National Academy 2020 takes place April 5-11, with check-in and registration on April 5, and check-out the morning of April 11. Attendees will earn 30 hours of CEUs to attend five full days. Register now.
Rider Rally 2020 takes place April 5-9, with check-in and registration on April 5, and check-out on the morning of April 9. Attendees will earn 18 hours of CEUs to attend three full days. Register now.
Telemark Academy 2020 takes takes place April 5-9, with check-in and registration on April 5, and check-out on the morning of April 9. Attendees will earn 18 hours of CEUs to attend three full days. Register now.
Colorado Ski Country Releases Fun Series of Ski Safety Videos
Prior to Christmas, Colorado Ski Country USA launched a fun chairlift safety video campaign that will run through the season.
The videos, which are animated and feature animals guests might see at a ski areas, are geared towards families. They provide guidance and tips for children and adults on how to load, ride and unload a chairlift safely. Watch and share them all.
Shiffrin Continues Historic Pace with Back-to-Back Wins
On December 29, 2011, Mikaela Shiffrin earned her first World Cup podium in Lienz, Austria. On Sunday, eight years later to the exact day, Shiffrin won her 64th victory and her 43rd slalom victory. She won all four combined runs in the two competitions, and won by a collective margin of almost two seconds. Read more at U.S. Ski and Snowboard.
Sustainability Update: Italian Resort to Go Plastic Free
Forbes.com reports that Italy’s Pejo 3000 ski area is one of the first ski area’s to go completely plastic free. The resort announced they’re banning disposable cutlery, glasses, straws, bottles and other single-use plastic items—including packets of ketchup and mayonnaise—from their mountain huts in an attempt to make them more environmentally sustainable. Help set the sustainability standard at your area with PSIA-AASI’s Statement on Sustainability.