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         Skiing:     more books (100)
  1. Tracks of Passion: Eastern Sierra Skiing, Dave McCoy & Mammoth Mountain by Robin Morning, 2008
  2. Two Planks and a Passion: The Dramatic History of Skiing by Roland Huntford, 2009-11-10
  3. Skiing Right by Horst Abraham, 1983-11
  4. Downhill Slide: Why the Corporate Ski Industry is Bad for Skiing, Ski Towns, and the Environment by Hal Clifford, 2003-10-01
  5. World Atlas of Skiing (World Atlas Series) by Stephen Pooley, 1991-11
  6. Utah Skiing:A Scenic View by John Geister, 2001-12-01
  7. The Culture and Sport of Skiing: From Antiquity to World War II by E. John B. Allen, 2007-08-31
  8. Water Skiing and Wakeboarding by Ben Favret, 2010-08-19
  9. Adventure Guide to Mount Rainier: Hiking, Climbing and Skiing in Mt. Rainier National Park by Jeffrey L. Smoot, 1991-01-01
  10. A Parent's Guide to Teaching Skiing by Paul McCallum, Christine McCallum, 1993-10
  11. Science & Skiing IV by Erich Mueller, 2009-01-27
  12. Skiing for Dummies by Allen St. John, 1999-09
  13. A History of Skiing in Colorado by Abbott Fay, 1999-11-15
  14. Breaking All the Rules: How to Rent Your Vacation Home including Welcome Book by Marie R. Ferguson, 2007-02-05

61. - The Alps Alpine Ski And Snowboard Resort Guide
Web portal for skiing and snowboarding resort information on the Alps

62. Asian Ski & Board Club Of L.A.
A social club for the support of skiing and snowboarding. Provides general information, 2002 trip schedule, activities, calendar, and resources.

Calendar of Activities

See our trips and events!
2003-04 Ski Season

See where we're going this season.

63. Outdoors In | Downhill Skiing
camping, canoeing, fishing, golf, hiking, hunting, kayaking, nature, wildlife, rafting, sailing, downhill and crosscountry skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling

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Skiing: Downhill Cross-country Snowboarding Snowmobiling ... More Wednesday May 26, 2004
Herb Swanson photo Garland Alcock listens as Leigh Breidenbach talks about boot fit in a class at Sugarloaf. Gender-specific classes are an increasingly common sight on slopes. See story For proof that alpine skiiing isn't a "wimpy" sport, just make a trek to Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington. No lifts here, you hike up and ski down. Oh, and did I mention that you have to hike three miles of rough trail carrying your skis and boots just to reach the ski-able snow? Read more from Tim Jones [Central Maine Newspapers 5/5/04] Just how cold is it on Sugarloaf Mountain in January? Cold enough for staffer Colleen Stone to get eyelash-cicles. Learn all about her trip in "From Away." Check this list of
Maine ski areas
for addresses, phone numbers and links. Also in Downhill Skiing:
  • Regular columns by Heather Burke , former ski instructor, and Dan Cassidy , Central Maine Newspapers ski columnist;
  • 64. America Skiing Snow Reports
    Snow forecasts and ski reports from the mountain areas all over America

    65. | Things To Do » Ski & Board
    Comprehensive guide to snowsports in the Telluride, Colorado region including alpine, telemark, nordic, crosscountry, helicopter , and snowcat skiing. Equipment rentals.
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    In 1978, Ron Allred and Jim Wells purchased the ski area from Zoline. They added snowmaking, built Lifts 8, 9 and 10 and cut more runs down the steep north face of the ski area, including the famous Spiral Stairs, Plunge and Kant-Mak-M. In the years to follow, their company welcomed snowboarders, built Gorrono Restaurant, developed the Mountain Village, constructed the free gondola transportation system, created a snow-boarding park and opened Allred's on-mountain restaurant.
    The finale of this 30-year saga was the recent purchase of the mountain by Hideo "Joe" Morita, who took the resort to its present glory by adding four lifts and expanding the area by 733 acres into Prospect Bowl.
    This prime location, perched in the heart of the San Juan Mountains, afforded one thing no ski area entrepreneur ever had to buy or develop - unrivaled scenery. Telluride has always taken top honors in ski magazine surveys for its 360-degree views and towering mountainscapes.
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    66. Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing, Blue River British Columbia
    Welcome to the World’s Best Powder skiing! Mike Wiegele Helicopter skiing, Blue River British Columbia. skip movie.
    Welcome to the World’s Best Powder Skiing! Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing, Blue River British Columbia skip movie

    67. Queenstown New Zealand Webcams. AJ Hackett Bungy, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables.
    Three SnowCams showing Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Cardrona. Information on skiing and snow boarding in Queenstown and Wanaka in New Zealand.
    Win a Free weekend in Queenstown Jase Cam Hot Shots Queenstown Winter Events Calendar Kiwi Snow Reports
    Gossip, hot tips and information on NZ snow fields.
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    Information and tips for the modern eco traveller.
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    Coronet Peak Cam
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    AJ Hackett Bungy
    Coronet Peak from the valley floor - my office actually! The Remarkables across the Wakatipu basin from Coronet Peak. This is where it all started. The Kawarau Suspension Bridge, Queenstown.
    Cardrona Cam
    From the carpark KiwiNewZ Home SnowCam Land SnowReports New Zealand Snow Forecasts ... 2003. All rights reserved

    68. Travel
    Across the site. Advertiser Links. skiing. Valley of the condor 27 March 2004 skiing in Chile is more accessible than ever, says Stephen Wood. Next 25. skiing AZ.
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    Valley of the condor
    27 March 2004
    Skiing in Chile is more accessible than ever, says Stephen Wood Going back to basics
    20 March 2004
    Would you climb up a mountain with skis on when you could simply catch the lift? Graham Duffill did just that when he joined Europe's growing band of ski tourers, who eschew comforts and tackle peaks on foot The secret of the Alps
    13 March 2004
    For Roger Thomas, skiing in a big-name resort usually meant lodging in a shoebox and spending half the holiday in lift queues - that is, until the day he looked further afield Resort Report: St Moritz, Switzerland
    07 March 2004
    High society: see and be seen on a Swiss mountain Learning curves
    06 March 2004 Challenging slopes in a remote part of Colorado have plenty to teach all levels of skiers, says Stephen Wood The high life 28 February 2004 Most skiers stay at the foot of the slopes and catch the lift at the start of the day. Jonathan Gregson does the reverse in Zermatt Resort Report: Laax Murschetg, Switzerland

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    70. Romuald Bonvin Speed Skiing - SkiBob, Extreme Snow Sport, Ski De Vitesse, Speeds
    Romuald Bonvin sets the world record for skibobs/snowbike.
    Fastest Non-Motorized Sport ON Earth
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    Top speed World Record of skibob is 201.580 km/h , and was set on April 17, 2003 at Les Arcs, France - by Romuald Bonvin! The old world record of 166 km/h was established in 1964, and it has never been broken until recently. Romuald is a member of the Swiss Federation of KL. If you want more details send email to him Romuald Bonvin
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    71. For Camping, Hiking, Cycling, Climbing, Snow Sports, Paddling, Travel A
    A comprehensive site with equipment and clothing for camping, hiking, climbing, cycling, paddling, and skiing. Product information, howto, and sale items. Retail outlets across the USA.

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    72. SAL Home
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    The 2004 Australian LINZ Australia Ski and Snowboard Awards was held at the Atlantic South Wharf, in South Bank, Melbourne, on Thursday May 20th, 2004. The awards brought together athletes and stakeholders of the snow sports industry to recognize outstanding achievements and contributions to our sport over the past 12 months.
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    73. CDAST Home Page
    2003 CDAST Sponsors, 2004 CDAST Sponsorship Opportunities, About The CDAST Disabled skiing, Related Links, 2002 Photo Gallery, 2002
    Welcome to the 2003 Canadian Disabled Alpine Ski Team CDAST The Daily Infoline - Read the Latest CDAST News! 2003 Results ( Includes World Cup, NorAm and Canadian Disabled Alpine Ski Championship Results for 2003. 2003 CDAST Photo Gallery ... Includes Kimberley World Cup Finals Results, Final Nations Cup, Final Overall World Cup Standings and Salt Lake Paralympic Results Kimberly Joines of the CDAST Development team attends the Slalom awards on the final day of competition at the 2003 Canadian Disabled Alpine Ski Championships in Kimberley, BC. Joines, who sustained injuries to both legs during the downhill, is encouraged by CDAST team members Chris Williamson , left, and Gord Tuck . Kimberly remains positive and looks forward to returning fully recovered for the next season. March 15, 2003 2002 Daily Infoline Archives CDAST Contact Information! Select the image to the left for direct access to the Alpine Canada Alpin HomePage For Comments or Questions about our Website, please email CDAST WebDesigner Last update March 19, 2003

    74. Lincoln Park Ski Club: Chicago's Premiere Ski And Snowboard Club
    Alpine ski club offering Western and European skiing.
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    75. US Skiing
    Click here for more information. US skiing The most comprehensive guide to ski and snowboard areas in the United States. To begin, select a state from the map.
    US Skiing
    The most comprehensive guide to ski and snowboard areas in the United States . To begin, select a state from the map.
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    76. ::........El Diablo Snowcat Skiing.......::
    Rates, reservations, snow conditions, and area information.
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    Snowcat Skiing above Silverton!
    The San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado provide the spectacular landscape for the awesome adventures of El Diablo Alpine Guides. In 1879 a huge fire burned the upper reaches of Lime Creek leaving us with an open expanse of treeless terrain and beautiful glades, perfectly suited to efficient cat skiing. Most runs begin above timberline and are peppered with steep shots, rock outcroppings, cornices and cliffbands, providing the opportunity for exciting airtime and epic powder turns. We offer special days in the mountains, shared with a group of friends who seek the uncommon experience.
    A large part of the adventure is interaction with our infamous guides. Our skill and hospitality is the key to the customer's peace of mind and enjoyment. The guides possess the highest level of enthusiasm, experience and technical ability. We always enjoy challenging our customers with the wide variety of terrain available. But many times, the ride up can be nearly as entertaining as the ride down!
    Skiing and snowboarding here is superb. Our abundant winters arrive early, and our lofty elevation makes for cold, dry snow. With our vast terrain selection, El Diablo guides can make the experience exceptional for a wide range of skiers.

    77. Rec.skiing FAQ
    The rec.skiing Frequently Asked Questions List. or- Everything you always wanted to know about skiing and were *just* about to ask by posting.
    Last updated **17 December 1998**
    The rec.skiing Frequently Asked Questions List
    -or- Everything you always wanted to know about skiing and were *just* about to ask by posting.
    The rec.skiing FAQ is a work in progress and is maintained by Glen Baker ( The html version was created by Darren Foltinek, but is now maintained by Darryl Lee ( Additions and corrections to the FAQ are welcome. If you have an addition or correction to make please take the time to write it out in the format of the FAQ so that I don't have to try to figure out how to say what you're trying to say!
    The rec.skiing FAQ is a compendium of questions and answers that frequently appear on rec.skiing. Neither the contributors to the FAQ, the posters of the FAQ, nor their employers make any claim whatsoever regarding the accuracy or safety of ANYTHING in the FAQ. Any item that may appear to be offering either medical or legal advice is doing neither. The FAQ can be obtained in several ways:

    78. Scarborough Cross Country Ski Club
    Activities include cross country skiing, canoeing, hiking, cycling, fitness classes, camping weekends, and various other social activities. Membership details included.
    25th Anniversary 1978-2003
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    Home Ski Buses How to Sign up for Ski Buses Cycling, Hiking,Canoeing ... Picture Gallery New Group pictures from 2004 and John's Park Pictures New How to Dress for Winter Updated Section on Frostbite Hiking 2004 ... Adobe Format New Links The Scarborough Cross Country Ski Club is a community-based Nordic Ski Club run by volunteers in Toronto, Ontario. The aim of the club is to bring people together to enjoy the outdoors. Club activities include cross country skiing, canoeing, hiking, cycling, fitness classes, camping weekends, and various other social activities. The club was established with the help of the Scarborough Recreation and Parks Department in 1978.
    How to Join the Scarborough
    Cross Country Ski Club
    The cost is $15 per year for a single person or $20 per year for a family. Members can participate in all club events and will receive the club newsletter, the

    79. Sandia Peak Ski & Tramway In Albuquerque, New Mexico
    skiing, the world's longest tramway and summer mountain biking.
    J ust minutes from the heart of Albuquerque, the world's longest aerial tramway lifts you to the breathtaking top of Sandia Peak.
    Y ou can experience a ski area full of exciting runs, exquisite fine dining , and scenic adventures including summer mountain biking
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    80. West Virginia Skiing - Welcome
    Discover West Virginia skiing and you will ski some of the finest resorts in the Eastern US. WV Bookmarks,
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    West Virginia ski areas are open and ready for another successful season
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    A Featured Attraction: Gear 2002: How Short Can They Go?
    Shorter skis (under 200cm) aren't just a trend anymore they've suddenly become the norm, and in a remarkably short period of time. Just two years ago, longer skis still predominated in the new offerings of most manufacturers. This season, a staggering 90 percent of new ski models introduced for 2001-2002 are 195cm or shorter! Don't even bother to ask for a longer version, because they simply aren't available in these new models. ... More Advertising Information
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