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"Squallywood" Author to Host Clinics March 1, 6, and 7

Ski-the-book: Squallywood – A Guide to Squaw Valley’s Most Exposed Lines with Robb Gaffney M.D.

Photo By: Tom O'Neill


SKI Magazine’s 2008-09 Gear Test: Gear for Expert Skiers

Have an appetite for big mountains and big snow? SKI’s Director of Instruction, Michael Rogan, takes a closer look at the expert ski categories from the magazine’s 2008-09 Buyers Guide. Check out this clip and see which skis are right for you.

SKI Magazine’s 2008-09 Gear Test: Gear for Intermediate Skiers

If you’re looking to push yourself beyond blue runs and venture off the groomed, check out this clip. Michael Rogan, Director of Instruction for SKI, helps define the ski categories that the magazine uses in its 2008-09 Buyers Guide.

SKI Magazine’s 2008-09 Gear Test: How to Shop For Gear

Get all sorts of gear-buying tips from the experts at SKI’s annual gear test, including hints on fitting a boot to your foot, dissecting the Buyers Guide, and using the “try before you buy” method.

SKI Magazine’s 2008-09 Gear Test: How the Test Works

Test Director Joe Cutts guides you through the inner workings of SKI’s annual gear test at Deer Valley, Utah. Find out who writes the reviews for the magazine’s Buyers Guide, how the testers push each ski to its max, and what inspires them.

Boots OK!

Gear

Perfectly fitted boots: your next best friend.

Smugglers' Notch, Vermont: Rank 15 East, 1997

Features

The chairs are ancient and slow and its location is remote, but nobody does a better job of taking care of families than Smugglers'.

Mount Snow, Vt.: Rank 10 East, 1998

Features

Good things may come to those who wait, but better things come to those who don't. Since American Skiing Company chief Les Otten got his hands on this southern Vermont skier magnet two years ago, he's given it a welcome facelift.

Are You Good Enough...to Call Yourself an Expert?

Features

So you made it down the hill. That alone doesn't make you an expert.

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