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The Skier Within: Ski Instructors Change Techniques

When ski instruction went from formal technique to pop psychology.

More than three decades ago, skiing was ripe for a change in the way the sport was taught. Amid a new wave of research in psychology and neurology that supported a holistic approach to how people learn, ski instructors were still shouting orders to tense skiers about the placement of their knees and shoulders.

The World's First Dedicated Helicopter and Snowcat Skiing Magazine to Launch March, 2007

News

The Heliski/Catski Journal will serve the growing mechanized skiing and snowboarding industry.

Summer Schooled

Features

The off-season is the perfect time to push yourself beyond your comfort zone. Here, SKI Magazine editors try new sports and confront new challenges. Now it's your turn.

Boots Too Big

Gear

Swimming in your boots?

Guru Dave: THE PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT

Features

Skiing Snowbird the Guru Dave way.

North America's Top 100 Instructors

Instruction

Whether you're a beginner or an expert, a lesson with one of North America's best teachers will shape up your turns.

Ask the Experts: March/April 2003

Features

The SKI Magazine experts answer all your ski-related questions.

2003 Number 8 Resort in the Midwest: Boyne Mountain, Mich.

Features

The past year has been a rough one for Boyne Mountain. Construction delays have pushed back the opening of its Mountain Grand Lodge & Spa, and owner Everett Kircher, a Midwest and, indeed, North American-legend, passed away last winter. But Boyne maintains its reputation as the Midwest's most storied ski resort.

About Face

Mountain Life

With a career arc that went from covergirl to cosmetics entrepreneur, Sunny Griffin looks great in Telluride.

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