If your technique is correct and in order you can ski almost anywhere.
IMHO it is a so simple statement and at the same time immensely complex.
I know that this is more a phylosophical discussion than a teaching/instructing one but...it's that time of the year, and "Pow Te Ching" has reopend that door for me...
What constitues "Correct technique", does it exists?
Is that a set of rules, moves, biomechanical equations?
Is that "art" ? Improvisation? Fantasy?
Thanks TDK6, for bringing back memories of one of my instructors (in fact he
was saying the same thing you reported above).