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tele school 2.0 evening skiing at Seymour · Wednesday, March 21st

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Organized by: Joachim Klungseth.

Start: Wednesday, Mar. 21st, 4:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting: Tuesday, Mar. 20th, 6:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Clubroom


The spring are coming upon us, which also means the best time tele skiing! So come and get your technique right before you hit the backcountry this spring.

Whether you have never skied before or you're a seasoned tele veteran, tele school is a great chance to come out and work on freeing your heels and freeing your soul. This will be a one evening instructional day at Seymour on the north shore. Groups will be organized with a teacher based on the following skill levels: 

Beginner 1 - You have never skied - or almost never. 

Beginner 2 - Know how to do snowplow AND parallel turns on downhill skis, but never telemarked. 

Intermediate - Know how to do a telemark turn, and can link them on low angle runs. 

Expert - You should help instruct :)


We'll be using the wednesday carload discount, where we'll be paying $99 per carload ($20-$25 per person). Free for instuctors. 

Posted: 2018-03-03 14:58:58
Last modified: 2018-03-19 13:17:28