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High Schooler Works to Introduce Skiing to Low-Income Families

High Schooler Works to Introduce Skiing to Low-Income Families
Live Free and Ski Founder Beecher Clifton-Waite | Photo: Asa Rowan Tyne
Live Free and Ski founder talks about his nonprofit, and his vision to remove cost barriers for first-time skiers.

While shredding chutes and trees, it can be easy to forget the steep costs of equipment, quality gear, season passes, and even lessons. But Beecher Clifton-Waite, a high school junior, hasn’t forgotten.

Beecher started his organization Live Free and Ski to help local high school students afford the costs of skiing and snowboarding. Now a government-approved nonprofit with a 501(c)(3) status, the organization is booming.

We caught up with Beecher to talk about his passion for skiing, his organization, and the scholarship he's setting up to help low-income families.

GogglePal Brings Augmented Reality to Ski Slopes

The company’s unit tracks vertical drop, speed, pairs with your phone, and attaches seamlessly to any ski goggle.

For skiers that can’t get through a powder day without knowing how fast they went, how much air they got, or how many laps they did, this is for you.

GogglePal, a new augmented reality unit, is a digital heads-up display for your ski goggles. And it’s said to be the first to be universally mountable, meaning it’s removable and works on any pair of goggles.

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