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Learning to ski can be difficult, especially if you are in the comforts of your home and not on an icy slope. However, the above symbols link to learning areas with helpful tutorials and information pertaining to the level of difficulty that suits your needs. We recomend starting at home, where you can prepare yourself for a fun skiing experience. Then follow the links to learn all about the sport and how to improve your skill level. Also, a variety of helpful services are available by clicking on any of the links on the toolbar. Have fun, but don't forget to learn something!
Check out the latest additions to one of the largest Ski Resorts in America, including new features for younger skiers.
The Johns Hopkins University Online Study of Injury Risk in Snow Skiing
With the help of thousands of surfing skiers, the Center for Injury Research has recently begun the first-ever online study of injury risk in snow skiing.
Special Report: Downhill Skiing: New design helping skiers master slopes
According to one ski school instuctor, new design features are making it easier than ever for beginners to learn.
Aahh....Mountains of Northwest Powder!
One skiing fanatic tells where to find Northwest powder, and how to take full advantage of it.
An in-depth review of the Tuckerman Ravine, outlining survival and ways to enjoy the beauty of this extremely dangerous areas.