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Skiing: Most Popular Articles

These articles are the most popular over the last month.
How Fast do Skiers Go?
One of the most common questions asked about downhill skiing is how fast skiers go. Here is a summary of the average speed of recreational skiers, Olympic skiers, ski racers, cross country skiers, and speed skiers, including speed skiing world records.
Top 2013 iPhone Apps for Skiers
Here's a selection of some of the best ski and snow apps for 2013.
Luxury Ski Wear
If you're interested in high-end ski wear or thinking about investing in a luxury ski jacket or pants, these brands are a good place to start.
Spring Skiing Tips from Mark Elling
Even though it marks the end of the ski season, spring skiing can be an enjoyable time for all skiers. With less of a crowd and more sunshine, spring is a great time to be on the mountain. Read on for spring skiing tips by R. Mark Elling, skiing expert and author of The All-Mountain Skier: The Way to Expert Skiing.
Ski Boot Reviews
Ski boot reviews of the top ski boot brands. Reviews include Atomic, Dalbello, Head, Nordica, Lange, Fischer, Full Tilt, Rossignol, Tecnica and Salomon ski boots.
Best Ski Clothing Brands
It can be difficult to know where to start, and when you're spending a good deal of money on your ski clothes, it's important to make an investment in ski wear that's both fashionable and functional. Here are some of the best ski wear brands.
Which Ski Google Lens Color Should You Buy?
Ski goggle lenses are available in every color of the rainbow, but chances are you'd rather purchase one pair of ski goggles rather than a multitude. If you're looking for a universal pair of goggles, here's more on how to buy ski goggles, including the best lens color for all conditions.
How Can I Ski All Year Round?
If you're one of the skiers who just can't get enough of the slopes and need a skiing fix between the winter seasons, don’t fret. While skiing all year round can be difficult and sometimes costly, it isn't impossible. Here's information on summer skiing and how to ski all year round.
Make Your Own Ski Rack
All you need to know to make your own wall mounted ski rack. A complete list of tools and material, with instructions and photos, to help you build your own ski rack.
Skiing iPhone Apps
There are a variety of skiing, ski resort, and snow conditions apps available for your iPhone and iPod Touch. You can download apps that will give you information on gear, ski and snow conditions, open lifts, weather, trail maps, and directions to both U.S. and international ski resorts.
How to Store Skis
How to store skis off-season. Skiing.
Cheap Ski Clothes
If you're a beginning skier or can only make it to the slopes for a few days each season, you probably don't want to spend a lot of money on your ski clothes. Fortunately, there are many ways to find cheap ski jackets and pants at great discounts. Here's how.
How to Sell Used Skis
Don’t waste money or storage space by letting your equipment sit uselessly in the back of your closet or in a corner of your garage. Your used ski equipment might actually garner you some cash that you can put towards a new pair of skis or boots. Here’s how to sell used ski equipment.
How to Choose a Ski Goggle Lens Color
From blue, green, pink, yellow, gold, black, and silver, there are a multitude of ski goggle lens colors on the market. While some ski goggle lenses work best in flat light, others are best for sunny days. If you aren't sure where to start, here's a ski goggle lens color guide, including what ski goggles to buy, what ski goggles for low light and sunny days, and an overview of ski goggle lenses.
Skiing Ability Levels
Knowing your skiing ability level is often necessary when purchasing a lesson, and knowing your skiing ability level will make sure that you get the most out of your ski lesson. Here is a guide to determining your correct skiing ability level.
Before You Buy a Ski Helmet
More and more skiers are wearing ski helmets, and for good reason - a good helmet can protect your head from serious injury, and even prevent death. There's no excuse for not wearing a helmet. Here are tips for buying a ski helmet.
Top 10 Men's Sochi 2014 Olympic Halfpipe...
Top 10 men in the Sochi 2014 Olympic Halfpipe Competition.
Skiing Clothing Buyer's Guide
Here's everything you need to know about ski clothing, from what to buy, where to buy it and how to get the best deals on ski clothes.
Mark Elling on Spring Skiing
Even though it marks the end of the ski season, spring skiing can be an enjoyable time for all skiers. With less of a crowd and more sunshine, spring is a great time to be on the mountain. Read on for spring skiing tips by R. Mark Elling, skiing expert and author of The All-Mountain Skier: The Way to Expert Skiing. Page 2.
How to Fix Sore Skiing Muscles
Tips and advice on how to fix sore skiing muscles, plus how to stay skiing fit and avoid muscle pain.
Calories Burned Skiing
Besides it being a whole lot of fun, an added benefit to learning to ski or ride is that snowsports offers a way to get some winter outdoor exercise and burn calories. Here's how many calories are burned skiing or snowboarding.
How Long is a Typical Ski Season?
The length of a ski season varies and depends on location, altitude, and other factors, such as snowmaking. Killington ski season begins early and often ends late due to a large snowmaking system.
Tips for Beginners Learning How to Ski
Do you want to get an idea of what's involved in learning how to ski? Here's an overview, along with step-by-step information on getting ready to snow ski.
How to Dress for Spring Skiing
Layering is the key word for spring skiing attire. Forget the down jacket and heavy insulated snow pants, you should travel light to really enjoy a full day on spring snow.
Snow Terms
There are more ways than you might imagine to describe snow. Snow terms run the gamut from cauliflower to dust to smud, to the traditional powder. If there is a type of snow, there is term to describe it. Here's a list of terms to describe snow and skiing conditions.
Winter Skin Care Products Review
When you’re out on the slopes, the harsh elements are bound to take a toll on your skin. With the sun reflecting on the snow, the wind whipping around your face, and the cold, dry mountain air, you may find yourself leaving the resort with both sunburn and windburn, both of which can make your next day skiing extremely uncomfortable. Read reviews of three essential winter skin care products—Aveeno Intense Relief Hand Cream, Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunblock, and Neutrogena Revitalizing Lip Balm.
Skiing Gear Checklist
Checklist of items you will need on the ski slopes.
How to Donate Used Ski Equipment
If you've tried, unsuccessfully, to sell your skis, you might think that there's only one option left: the dumpster. However, you don't have to trash your old skis and boots. As long as they are still in good condition, you can spread the skiing love and donate them. If they aren't in working order, you can even recycle them. Here's how to donate your old ski equipment.
History of Skiing Timeline: A Visual Guide
The history of skiing traces all the way back to ancient times, with the oldest set of skis dating back to as early as 6000 B.C. Skiing has come along way since then, with its origins in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Austria, the United States, and even America. Read on for a visual guide to the history of skiing.
Tips for the First-Time Skier
If you've never been skiing before or you're a beginner skier, you may not know where to go to ski, what to wear, or even where to start. Here are tips for a first time skier.
How to Dress in Layers
Dressing in layers is essential to any cold ski day. Here are tips on what to wear for your base layer, mid layer, soft shell layer and outer layer ski clothing.
Sizing and Buying Junior Skis
Just as kids outgrow their clothes, they are going to outgrow their skis. The questions parents have today are the same questions parents asked when skiing first became a family sport. What size skis should we buy for our children and can we just pass them down to the next pair of little ones?
Cross Country Skiing 101
Cross country skiing is the oldest type of skiing, having evolved out of a need to travel over snow-covered terrain. Read on for the history of cross country skiing, as well as information and tips on modern nordic skiing, from Tony Goodwin.
What to Wear When You Go Skiing
If you aren't sure what to wear skiing, it's best to start with the basics and then move on to the accessories. Here is a guideline for what to wear to skiing, which you can use as a checklist when you begin to assemble your ski wardrobe.
Top Women's Snow Boots
Here are the top snow boots for women that will keep your feet warm, but will also keep you fashionable during apres-ski.
What is ski boot canting and when do I need it?
Ski boot canting is an adjustment that is made to your ski boots to bring about a neutral stance that allows you to stand flat on both skis. The boot is canted (shimmed) under the binding to bring your foot to a neutral position.
Ski Boot Heaters
Information on the most popular ski boot heaters, how they work and how to keep your feet warm while skiing.
Ski Trail Ratings
Knowing the ski trail ratings are essential for mountain safety. Ski trail ratings vary in different places, but most ski resorts use colors and symbols to define trail difficulty.
Skiing Tips
Skiing tips to help you get started on the ski slopes if you're a beginner, and refine your technique if you're a more experienced skier.
Top Women's Ski Jackets
A quality ski jacket is an essential in your ski gear. Because a jacket will keep you warm and shield you from the cold winter weather, is a key component in making your ski day an enjoyable one. Women's ski jackets come in various styles, and can be both functional and fashion-forward. Fortunately, you don't have to spend a lot of money to find a dependable jacket. Here are the best women's ski jackets.
Types of Snow
In ski weather reports, often many types of snow will be mentioned. From packed powder to corn, snow types can get very confusing. However, knowing the types of snow is important, because you know exactly what you'll be skiing on.
How to Size Downhill Ski Poles
Using a correctly sized ski pole is imperative to successful skiing. An ill-fitting ski pole will offset your skiing stance, and can also jeopardize your safety. Here's how to size downhill ski poles.
Swimming To Tone Ski Muscles
Swimming has high aerobic value, can quickly burn calories, and can be a great cross training medium for skiing fitness.
Beginner Skier Tips
When you're a beginning skier, it's important to get started skiing with appropriate gear and lessons, and to know the basics of navigating your way up and down a mountain. These skiing tips for beginners will help you get started.
How Much Do Ski Instructors Make?
Information on ski instructor salary and wages.
What is Alpine Ski Racing and Which Events Does...
Alpine ski racing consists of five men's events and five women's events. The rules and race configuration are the same for men and women but the courses differ mostly notably in length.
Advanced Skier Tip - Controlling Speed on Steep...
When advancing skiers take on Black Diamond terrain they should have a strong knowledge of how to keep their speed under control as the terrain gets steeper. There is hardly anything more scary, or more dangerous, than being out of control and then having to make desperate skidding attempts to stop.
Top Skis
Are you shopping for skis? These brands have proven themselves every season. Here are the top five ski manufacturers.
How To Ski Safely on Icy and Hard Packed Snow
Every skier will come across hard packed snow and even hard ice. It's important to know how to ski safely and confidently through these difficult conditions.
Ski Boot Guide
Here's information on how to buy ski boots, along with a review of some of the best and most reliable ski boot brands.
Ski Goggles
There's no question that good ski goggles should be an essential on everybody's skiing checklist, especially in the cold and high wind of mid-winter. Here is a good cross-section of goggles that will provide the quality and dependable eye protection is necessary for safe and enjoyable skiing.
Top Ski Socks
With the evolution of the ski boot and its insulating properties, sock manufacturers can now strive to keep feet comfortable, keep feet dry, and give the feet the ability to feel the balance of the ski boot and binding. Here's a look at some of the best ski socks available today.
Top Men's Ski Jackets
List of the top men's ski jackets which will keep you warm at an affordable price.
Apres-Ski Attire
For some skiers, the apres-ski scene is just as important as their time on the slopes! Apres-ski attire is important to the apres-ski experience, and the right clothes can make - or break - your night. Here's more information on apres-attire, including apres-ski clothing and apres-ski boots.
Buying Skis Online
Buying skis online can be a great way to get a bargain. There are a growing number of web sites where skis are for sale online at prices that can vary across the Internet. A lot of the difference in prices is due to the popularity of certain model skis that are designed for specific snow conditions.
Ski Buyer's Guide
Choosing the right skis for you depends on a number of factors, such as your age/gender, skiing ability, or regional location. Here's how to select and buy skis.
Ski Boot Brands
Guest Author Ray Rice, 20+ year employee and manager for Surefoot, provides information on the best ski boot brands.
Skiing Buyer's Guide
Here's everything you need to know about buying ski equipment and ski clothing, from what to buy, where to buy it and how to get the best deals.
Skier Safety Tips
One of the best skiing safety tips - to wear, or not wear, a helmet - is a matter of personal choice. These tips will help keep you safe on the slopes.
How Young Can Kids Start Skiing?
Skiing can be an enriching experience for both kids and adults. If you're eager to get your child on the slopes, here's a guide to deciding on whether or not your kid is ready to ski.
Top 5 Ski Resorts for Singles
Many ski resorts that offer top-notch terrain also offer great nightlife. Ski towns with bustling bars and bouncing nightclubs are also a hotbed for visitors, and as a result, resorts known for their apres-ski activities have also become known as great vacation spots for singles.
Mountain Threads Ski Clothing Rental
Everyone knows that ski clothes are expensive, but the prospect of finding something to wear on the slopes shouldn’t have to prevent skiers from making it to the mountain. Fortunately, Mountain Threads has a solution: the Colorado-based ski clothing service offers ski clothing rentals for men, women, and kids at all Colorado ski resorts.
Summer Ski Camps
The ski season doesn't have to end in the spring, and for skiers who partake in summer ski camps, it doesn't! Summer ski camps, offered in North America, South America, and Europe, provide a secure environment where campers can refine their skills while enjoying the summer snow. Here is a list of summer ski camps.
International Snow Domes
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Top Men's Ski Pants
Men's ski pants come in a variety of styles - you can buy heavily insulated ski pants, or thin shell pants. Both of these styles are available in bib-style, straight pants, or even cargo pants for a more modern look. However, your ski pants need to keep you warm and comfortable, and they must allow optimal flexibility. Below is a selection of the top men's ski pants that will do just that.
Plus Size Ski Wear
It can be difficult to shop for larger sizes, and when it comes to specialty clothing, such as ski wear, it can even more of a challenge. Fortunately, many companies produce plus size ski clothing, including plus size ski jackets and pants, for curvy women and husky men. While it can be harder to find what you need in stores, online shopping is a great way to find plus size ski wear at reasonable prices.
How to Sharpen Your Ski Edges
Normal groomed hardpack can dull out your edges enough so that a daily diamond stone wipe is good habit to get into. At least once a week, file the side edges with an edge tuning tool. Here's how.
How to Select Skis
Here's information on how to select the best skis, including how to choose skis that match your ability level, your goals and your terrain preference.
Learn to Ski
Do you want to learn to ski? Here's an overview of what you'll need to go skiing, along with step-by-step information on how to learn to ski.
Ski Tips for Intermediate Skiers
If you're an intermediate skier, you may be wondering how to advance off the blues and take on the harder stuff, like glades, moguls, and steeps. However, it's necessary to master the basics and develop a strong, confident ski stance before moving on. These tips will show you how to refine your skiing technique.
Best Ski Resorts
List of the best ski resorts including the top resorts for destination ski vacations, kids, families, singles, finding powder and more.
Before You Buy Ski Boots
Here's what you need to know about buying ski boots, including where to buy boots, pricing information, and how to get them fitted and adjusted to your skis.
Before You Buy Downhill Ski Poles
In downhill skiing, your ski poles are important. In order to be effective, your ski poles need to lightweight and flexible, yet strong and sturdy as well - they also need to be sized correctly for you. Here's a guide to finding, sizing, and buying the best ski poles for you.
Choosing Downhill Skis
Choosing the downhill skis that are right for you can be a challenge, but it's important to purchase skis that work for you. Here's how to figure out what alpine skis are best for you.
Tips for Mogul Skiing
When you are just starting to try to ski well in moguls, start on small bumps in not too steep terrain. Moguls on Black Diamond trails can be both intimidating and dangerous to beginning mogul skiers.
What To Wear Cross Country Skiing
If you're going to be cross country skiing, the right clothing can make your day a lot more enjoyable. Here is what to wear cross country skiing.
The History of Downhill and Cross Country Skiing
Curious about the history of skiing? This guide will provide a history of cross country and downhill skiing, as well as a brief history of other disciplines that have grown from alpine and nordic skiing.
How to Fit Ski Boots
Before you rent or buy ski boots, it's important to make sure that the boots fit properly. Here's how to fit ski boots.
Blue Bird Day
A blue bird day is a beautiful sunny day after an overnight snowfall. It's a perfect skiing day with a clear blue sky, bright sun, and fresh snow.
Randonee Skiing
Randonee skiing, also known as Alpine Touring (AT), is a form of skiing in which athletes ascend the mountain under their own power through the use of specialized bindings and skins.
How to Become a Ski Instructor
Are you interested in becoming a ski instructor? If you’re passionate about skiing, and want to share your knowledge with other people, here's how to become a ski instructor.
Skiing Quotes
A collection of skiing quotes.
Olympic Skiing Events
Olympic skiing events include alpine skiing, freestyle skiing, cross country skiing, and nordic combined, which incorporates ski jumping and cross country skiing.
Skiing Styles
Skiing has evolved into many different disciplines. From downhill skiing to freestyle, here is a review of the different types of skiing styles.
Where to Buy Ski Clothing
There are many places to buy ski clothing. Whether you're looking for high quality or low prices, there's a place where you can buy ski clothing that's just right for you.
Ski Rental Equipment
When you're a beginning skier or just trying out the sport to decide if it's the right one for you, it makes sense to rent ski equipment. Once you're sure that you're going to spend enough time on the slopes to justify buying ski equipment (which can be expensive) you can invest in your own ski gear.
What is Ski Jumping?
Ski Jumping competition results are based on a total point system combining style points and distance points.
How to Become an Advanced Skier
Explore this refined system of assessing skill levels that has evolved and gives ski school staff a better way of grouping skiers of equal skills.
Strength Training for Better Skiing
Skiing, especially downhill skiing, may be highly dependent on strong leg muscles but overall conditioning builds a routine that burns calories, increases metabolism and can target muscles important for skiing but not usually concentrated on. Building these muscles is important because they surround and stabilize joints.
Spring Skiing Tips
During spring skiing, every skier needs to take a few extra steps to have a pleasant, safe ski trip. You need to consider the stronger sunshine, changing snow conditions, and warmer temperatures. Here are a few tips to make sure that your spring skiing is enjoyable and safe!
Glacier Skiing
Glacier skiing is a form of skiing on glaciers, offered for both cross country skiers and downhill skiers. Cross country skiers can glacier ski in the Glacier National Park, while downhill skiers can find glaciers in North America and Europe.
How to Choose the Right Ski
Tips and advice for choosing the right ski based on your level of experience, skiing ability and snow conditions.
Grass Skiing
Grass skiing is a developing sport of skiing on grass. Grass skiing is a great sport for alpine skiers, but also an enjoyable activity on its own. Here's more on grass skiing, including grass skiing information, grass skiing equipment, and grass skiing ski resorts.
Top Women's Ski Pants
Ski pants are necessary to keep you warm and comfortable on the slopes, but you don't need to sacrifice fashion for function. Women's ski pants come in a variety of flattering styles that are in vogue, but will always shield your legs from the elements. Here is a list of women's ski pants that are both fashionable and functional.
Vermont Ski Resorts
Vermont ski resorts traditionally rank among the best in the East and provide excellent skiing for all levels of skiers, from beginners to experts. From family ski vacations to expert terrain, Vermont ski resorts offer great skiing, lesson programs, apres-ski, off-slope activities, and a wide array of ski vacation packages.
Choosing a Pair of Ski Goggles
How to choose ski goggles, including evaluating regular goggles, over-the-glasses (OTG) goggles and prescription ski sunglasses.
How to Pack for a Ski Vacation
What to pack for a ski vacation, including jackets, pants, gloves, helmets or hats, goggles, base layers and insulating layers, socks and gear.
Völkl 2013/2014 Skis
For the 2013/2014 ski season, Völkl is adding several new and exciting models that are already winning awards.
How to Turn On Skis
For beginner skiers, learning to turn on skis is important because it will put you in control of your direction down the hill, let you steer around other people, and help you pick a path down the hill.
2014 Head Ski Boots
Head has the Raptor, Challenger, Dream, Vector, Edge and Cube series to consider with about 40 models. Here's information Heads's line of 2013/2014 ski boots.
How To Get Up After A Fall Without Taking Off...
Every skier, from beginner to expert, falls. It's nothing to be ashamed of but here's a quick and easy way to safely get back up without taking off your skis.
2014 Lange Ski Boots
Lange ski boots offer a top of the line producted with dedicated performance first. Here are reviews of Lange's 2013/2014 ski boots.
Types of Snow Skiing
Are you interested in skiing, but, not sure where to start? Are you debating whether downhill skiing or cross country skiing would be best for you? Here are some tips to help you decide between the different types of skiing.
Top 5 Men's Beginner Skis
A good beginner ski will support your progression, giving you the confidence to tackle harder trails over time. These skis are great for novices, and many of them can support intermediate levels of skiing, too. Here's a selection of some of the best men's beginner skis.
2013 Nordica Ski Boots
With a heritage that goes back 60 years and an unsurpassed commitment to quality, the 2012-2013 Nordica boots provide every skier at every level the performance and comfort they are looking for.
Ski Resort Opening Days
Keep in mind that depending on the whims of mother nature, ski resorts could open early, openings could be delayed, or the resort could close early or stay open longer than planned.
Off-Season Skiing Fitness and Training
Information for skiers on staying fit and training off-season.
How to Shop For Ski Clothing: Comparing Cost...
The cost of ski clothing can vary even more than that of skis or boots. If you're lucky, you can snag a ski jacket for nearly half its retail price during an end-of-season sale, or you can opt to shop for high-end ski wear at a luxury resort boutique. Here's how to compare cost and quality to find the right ski jacket for you.
Learn to Snow Plow
The traditional learning stance for beginning skiers is called the snow plow position. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to learn to snow plow.
Custom Replacement Ski Boot Liners
I figured I had a problem with my ski boot liners when I brought my boots to Surefoot, in Killington, VT. The boots felt loose and even with my foot beds and the micro adjustments on my buckles, I couldn’t get the boots to feel like they did the last two seasons. With new foam injected liners, my boots felt as good as new or even better.
Spring Skiing
Spring skiing tips, advice for getting the most our of your ski season, spring skiing clothing, and spring ski resort activities.
Types of Ski Lifts
Information on the various types of ski lifts including aerial lifts, surface lifts and cable lifts.
How to Be a Ski Bum
If you live and breathe skiing, you probably think that ski bums live quite an envied life - one that, of course, centers around skiing. While the freedom to hit up the slopes the second the powder flies or to get first tracks each and every day is certainly desirable, life as a ski bum isn't as simple or care-free as one might think
How to Get On and Off a Chairlift - How to Ride...
Most ski resorts have chairlifts to transport skiers up the mountain. Here's what you need to know to get on, to ride, and to get off the chairlift. There's also information on riding a rope tow and gondola, which are also convenient ways to head up the slopes.
How to Keep Your Hands Warm Skiing
Cold hands is a chronic problem among skiers, and sometimes, it seems frigid fingers are simply unavoidable. But, cold hands don't have to result in ski days cut short. There are plenty of ways to keep your hands warm, even on the coldest days. Here are the top 15 tips on keeping your hands warm while skiing
Equipment Used for Downhill Skiing
Knowing about the gear used for skiing will help you understand the sport a lot better. Here's an overview of the equipment used for downhill skiing.
How to Buckle Ski Boots
Even the best of skiers struggle with buckling their boots. Although well-fitting ski boots shouldn’t be a hassle to get on, everyone has one of those days when their boots just won’t pull on properly. Fortunately, putting on ski boots doesn’t have to be such an exhausting process. After all, no one wants to waste all their energy before they even hit the slopes. Here are some tips on how to get your boots on easily, so you can spend your energy on a black diamond run, and not on a pair of ski boots.
Advancing Turns: Point Your Way Down the Ski...
When you move up from the snow plow turn, you can learn to begin a more advanced way of turning your skis by pointing with your arm. Here's how to turn your skis.
How to Avoid Getting Sunburned When You're Skiing
It's important to take extra steps to keep your skin safe from sunburn on the mountain. Here's how to keep yourself protected from the sun while skiing.
Rocker Skis
The rocker ski is here to stay, just as the shaped ski took over all design. Why, because it makes for easier skiing and a easier learning curve.
Keep Your Toes Up And Your Ankles Will Flex -...
The ability to control speed, at will, is key to the safety and the Slow ski Race helps kids to learn to control speed.
Top Men's Snow Boots
If you're going skiing, snow boots are a necessity for tromping through slushy parking lots, walking around the resort town, or even for hitting the apres-ski scene. Here are a selection of men's snow boots.
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How to Keep Your Feet Warm Skiing
Don't let cold feet keep you a prisoner of the lodge. There are several ways to keep your feet warm while skiing, many of which are easy and simple solutions. Here are the top 15 tips for keeping your feet warm on the slopes.
Ski Selecting Tools
Use ski selecting tools that ski manufacturers, like Atomic or Elan, provide to help you choose what kind of skis are right for you.
Skiing Breckenridge, Colorado
At Breckenridge, Colorado, it was a given that for three days I expected to be skiing some of the best terrain in North America.
Top Women's Ski Gloves / Mittens
Here is a list of the best women's ski gloves that will keep your hands warm throughout your entire ski day.
Mountain Casual Attire
Mountain casual attire is the norm at many ski resorts. Mountain casual dress is basically casual attire. Here's what to wear off the slopes when you're dressing for a ski vacation.
2014 Salomon Ski Boots
Salomon has a good selection of race boots, women's, men's, juniors and park and pipe ski boots for 2014. Here's the scoop on Atomic 2013/2014 ski boots.
Ski Games iPhone Apps
When you can't make it to the slopes, there is a good selection of ski game iPhone apps you can play on your phone including alpine ski racing, ski jumping, and freestyle trick park games.
Top 5 Winter Olympics Cities
It's often thought that the Winter Olympics graces its host city with a long-lasting legacy, drawing visitors for years after the Olympians say their farewells and return home. Here is a selection of the top Winter Olympics host cities to visit for a ski vacation.
Top Ski Helmets
A ski helmet isn't just an accessory - it's a necessary part of your skiing wardrobe. Here are the top ski helmets.
Men's Ski Gloves
Here is a selection of some of the best men's ski gloves and ski mittens.
Opedix S1 Knee Support Tights
The Opedix Knee Support System uses an anchor and sling design in the tights to provide support to the outside of the knee which limits outward knee movement which is inherently the most damaging over time. The tights have a non-binding fabric cup which is centered on the knee and around the cup is a banding which slings the knee so the stress, in effect, goes around the actual knee joint.
Corn Snow
Corn snow is a wet snow usually found in springtime that has gone through a series of melt – freeze cycles. These cycles start with a night freeze causing a crust of frozen snow with wet snow underneath.
Top 25 Ways to Save Money on a Ski Vacation
It's no secret: ski vacations are expensive. But, if you're clever, you can budget your money in little ways, which adds up to big savings. Here's how to save money on a ski vacation.
Custom Foot Bed Fitting for Ski Boots
How to decide if you need custom foot beds, how footbeds are measured and made, as well as information on where to get them.
Dalbello Ski Boots 2014
Dalbello has many ski boot models in both traditional 4 buckle overlap and the three piece progressive flex style. Here are reviews of Dalbellos' 2014 ski boot line.
Edge Your Skis With Ankles Not Hips
If you roll your ankles to get those shaped skis up on edge and then let the design and engineering in the shaped ski set you in the turn, it is easier to keep your hips and center of gravity closer to being over your skis.
Pre-Season Ski Tune Up
A pre-season ski tune up can do wonders for your skis, refreshing skis so they're ready to excel into a new season. Read how professionals at Alpine Ski Shop in Saratoga Springs, NY tune up skis and prepare them for a new season. Page 6.
Top Ski Resorts
The top ski resorts and ski areas including profiles, ski resort information, skiing photos, and reviews of skiing at the top ski resorts, including destination ski resorts, family ski resorts, and international ski areas visited by Mike Doyle.
Top Ten Women Alpine Ski Racers
Here are profiles and past performance of the Top Ten Women in FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing overall rankings to date.
Skiing Instruction Videos
Need help learning to ski? These skiing instruction videos will help you learn skiing basics so you can get started on the ski slopes.
Ski Season Pass Deals
Some ski resorts that sell season passes for next year at a discounted spring price allow you to use the pass for the duration of this year's skiing. Others tack on a minimal fee for the rest of the spring skiing days, if you buy next years now. Either way, if you really like a particular ski area and ski it often, a season pass is the way to go.
The Ankle Flex Test - For Beginners to Experts
For every skiing level, from beginner to expert, balance is the key to success and balance on skis comes from a good stance with ankles flexed. Here's how to do an ankle flex test to check your balance.
How to Introduce Your Child to Skiing
Many ski resorts offer off-the-slopes activities for kids that will entertain your child while also establishing a positive connection to the resort. For example, the Aspen Snowmass Treehouse Adventure Center offers a great experience for kids. Also, many ski resorts have tubing parks, ice skating rinks, or gondola and tram rides that will get your child into skiing spirit. Page 4.
Cross Country Skier Profile: Kikkan Randall
Profile of Kikkan Randall, member of the U.S. Ski Team Cross Country, and World Cup / Olympic Cross Country skier.
2XU Compression Tights and Socks
2XU compression tights and socks enables skiers to perform stronger, ski longer and recover faster. With heightened circulation to aid muscle performance, reduce muscle pain and damage for faster recovery all demands have been addressed.
Skiing Lessons
Skiing lessons - who needs skiing lessons, who provides skiing lessons, skiing ability levels, and why professional instruction is important.
Sugar Mountain Resort
Sugar Mountain Resort, located in the Village of Sugar Mountain, North Carolina, right off of Hwy 184. Sugar Mountain is the largest ski area in North Carolina with 20 ski trails, served by 6 lifts on North Carolina's highest vertical drop. One of the few eastern ski areas south of New England with over a 1,000 vertical and boasting 100% snowmaking Sugar Mountain is always a well groomed place to ski.

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