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Learning to Snowboard
Pamela's Tip of the Week | As a skier learning to snowboard is a little un-natural, but picking up a few easy tips will get you sliding on a snowboard in no time!
Getting Up Off the Snow
A few helpful tips to get you back up off the snow when you come acquainted with it!
Keeping Our Season Safe
We are excited to get our season started and to do it safely! Here are few tips to keep our season safe.
Your Vehicle is Your Chalet
With our Chalet restrictions this season, your vehicle will become your home base.
First Step to Parallel
Brush out the heel, create a small wedge, stand on that ski and allow the other heel to fall into parallel.
The Hockey Stop
The hockey stop....how do skiers do this. A nice athletic position, when ready to stop, rise up, turn your feet across the hill and roll them up the hill...the hockey stop!
Lower Body Separation
Quieten your upper body, let the lower body do the work. Allow your feet and legs to turn while keeping your upper body facing down the hill. Your legs do the steering not the shoulders.
Weight on the Downhill Ski
Weight on the downhill ski, hands slightly forward, upper body facing down the hill. For balance, control and ski performance.
Steer From Your Feet to Your Hips
Steer your feet in the direction you want to go. From your feet, through your legs, and into your hip joint. Stay long and tall to steer.
Skiing the Zipperline
Tips for Skiing the Zipperline in the Bumps
Skiing with Kids...Tips for a Great Time on the Slopes
A few tips and tricks for a more enjoyable and successful day on the slopes with little ones!
Snowplow to Parallel
Balance over the downhill ski, oversteer the uphill ski to parallel.
Brush Your Heels to Make a Wedge
Make your 1st ski experience a success! Brush your heels into a wedge shape, turn your feet, arms up, wedge to stop!
Don't Let the Bumps Scare You
Give yourself an out, keep your feet turning, your arms moving and look ahead!
Ski with Confidence...Turn Your Feet, Stay Loose!
Sometimes the terrain changes and gets steeper or bumpier...don't let it scare you. Ski with confidence, stay loose, turn your feet and keep balanced.
1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3...a simple count to keep your rhythm.
1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3...a simple count to keep your rhythm. Or breath in breath out, adding some flow and rhythm to your skiing!
Side Slipping..an essential tool to have!
Find the sweet spot, get balanced, stand tall, and roll your ankles. Side slipping can get you out of almost situation!
Are You Committed? Are You Balanced?
Being committed and balanced with your shoulders balanced over your downhill ski and parallel to the slope.
The Why, When & Where of the Pole Plant
So what is the purpose of the pole plant, when do I use it, and where do I plant my pole.
Enjoy a Winter Wonderland on Snowshoes
Get outside this winter on a pair snowshoes and enjoy & explore the winter wonderland that is out there!
Night Skiing - Make Your Night Enjoyable
Why Night Ski or Snowboard.....Cheaper rates, less lines! Add an extra layer and hit the slopes under the stars!
A Grab & Go Breakfast - A Life Hack
A few easy breakfast ideas to get you to the slopes fueled and ready to go....and don't forget your own coffee!
Packing to Hit the Slopes - A Life Hack
It isn't always easy getting all your gear to the chalet. Here are a couple of tips and tricks to make it easier!
From the Car to the Slopes - A Life Hack
A couple of helpful tips to get you from the car to the slopes with your gear & kids in tow!