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Friday, September 24, 2004

Cat Skiing: How Good Do I Have to Be?

Cat Skiing at lower elevations
Clients should be at least "strong intermediates". However, some operators can accommodate less experienced intermediate skiers that have good physical fitness. Other operators want experts only. It depends on predominate terrain. Clients should discuss concerns with operators. The short, fat "powder skis" that operators rent are forgiving and easy to turn in the soft, consistent powder snow. Skiers having little "off-piste" experience find they learn very quickly.