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How To Ski: Crud, Chop, and Mashed Potatoes

How To Ski: Crud, Chop, and Mashed Potatoes

Crud Busters. Don't let heavy, uneven snow slow you down.
posted: 02/13/2013

We all love to ski the deep and sweet. But in the real world, you’re more likely to face chop, crud and uneven conditions. That’s when the real skiers show off. Think pace and a bit narrower stance, for a start. Here’s how to master messy conditions.

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Thanks for this great series Mike. This tip really helped me a few weeks ago a Targhee and Jackson. I focused on keeping the skis closer so they ski more as one. This also combined the power of my legs and I felt more stable, resulting in more round and powerful turns, faster and more stable skiing in the choppy stuff.
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