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What I Learned: CMH Film School

Fact: You can make a rad ski edit without a fancy camera or mad editing skills.

It makes me wish I had my GoPro on right now, so I won’t miss a word Guy Clarkson says about shooting and editing ski action footage. He’s dropping tips and techniques faster than I can adequately process them, imparting his knowledge readily, efficiently, without reserve or condescension.

What I Learned: Cast and Carve

Sure, you can push your limits. But in Alaska, the real lesson is how to let loose.

Sure, learning new things is cool and all. But this year, I want to learn to forget things for a change. I want a total escape. I want corn couloirs. The smell of sunscreen. Fresh oysters and beers on the deck. A thwapping helicopter. A pristine river with 60-pound king salmon to wrestle in on a fly rod. Jet skis.

How To Ski: Crud, Chop, and Mashed Potatoes

Crud Busters. Don't let heavy, uneven snow slow you down.

How to Ski: Air It Out!

Be safe—not intimidated— when dropping in. Here's a good flight plan.

Instruction: How to Ski Secret Terrain and Hidden Lines

A mountain’s best lines are often unmarked and ignored by most skiers. Don’t be most skiers.

Your best turns of your ski day just might be off the grid. Get off the groomed and make your own tracks. Here’s how.  

How to Ski: Powder Bumps

Power skiing is easy—unless it’s just a thin cover on bumps. Here's how to deal.

What's the downside of deep powder? None that we can find. But hitting the bumps two days after a storm can be jolting. "Feel" the terrain with your skis. SKI’s Director of Instruction, Mike Rogan, shows you how to master what lies beneath.

 

Published: January 2012

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