Ski Tips Dan Egan

Ski the Tress

Skiing the trees is one of the best experiences a skier can have.  There are several keys to skiing the trees.  First always look a head to the open spaces, two below the tree in front of you rather than around the tree, this will move you into the open spaces in control and finally ski the trees in sections, three or four turns at a time and grow the number of turns as your confidence grows.

Turn below the trees

Love the snow in the trees

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Dan resides in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and is available for private clinics throughout the world, and in New England . Dan welcomes teenagers and adults, either as individuals or groups. www.deganmedia.com, www.skiclinics.com, www.boston.com/egan

5 Responses to “Ski the Tress”

  1. On December 6, 2012 at 6:14 pm Dan responded with... #

    Skiers find their own lines in the trees, it is part of the adventure!

  2. On December 6, 2012 at 6:14 pm Dan responded with... #

    If you ski in the east, skis are part of the menu

  3. On December 6, 2012 at 6:15 pm Dan responded with... #

    If you ski out west, trees are the key to finding fresh snow!

  4. On December 6, 2012 at 6:15 pm Dan responded with... #

    Tree skiing is about setting up a plan and trusting the space between the trees.

  5. On December 28, 2012 at 1:26 pm John VanderSalm responded with... #

    Dan,
    Can you give me an idea on pricing and other details for the Chilean Heliski trips? Thanks.
    John VanderSalm

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