SkiSox wrote:Thanks SL.
Speaking of that weekend, anyone care to show a June noob around? My wife and friends are pretty much beginners/low intermediates whereas I cut my teeth in the woods of Vermont for 20 years. I'm looking to go wherever the untracked may be, so long as it doesn't require skins.
ShiftyRider wrote:go to Chair 7 between say 9:20 and 10:40 so you can see how flat it is.
gowithapro2009 wrote:Please make sure your instructor is a (Professional Ski Instructors of America) PSIA [color=#FF00FF]Certified Instructor[/color]. We are specifically trained and examined to instruct and ski/ride at various levels of proficiency. Many resorts are now hiring what some refer to as "corporate/walmart instructors". This is a cheap hire for the resorts. Corporate Instructors are people who may or may not be good with kids, they can ski a little, are not professionally trained, and there is a huge difference beween their level of expertise and ours. You pay the same, so why not go with the pros who have put their time and money on the table to teach efficiently and to an industry standard. You can google PSIA-WESTERN DIV to gain some insight into our standards. Thanks
Snowave wrote:Bring a few Fat Tires, and give OGT a call... the ladies will be in good hands..
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