Well I have skiied on crappy groomed midwest blues and blacks for a year now with perfect parallel form(im sure you guys could pick apart something but it's not the point). When I try to ski in powder, about above ankle to knee deep I cannot initiate turns very good at all, I end up goin to fast because I go straight but when I try to turn they are very sloppy or I fall down. On groomed terrain I seem to put most if not all my weight on my outside ski while turning. This seems impossible without falling over in powder. Also the powder I was skiing on was really heavy sticky snow because it was really warm out. Don't know if this will make it much worse? Just a few basic tips to ski in powder would be nice. Or get advanced I dont really care just something! Thanks.
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2/13/04 at 5:17pm