1987 Telemark Instructional Video Has Me Banjo Shopping

1987 Telemark Instructional Video Has Me Banjo Shopping

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1987 Telemark Instructional Video Has Me Banjo Shopping

“The Telemark Movie is a step by step user-friendly instructional progression for learning downhill skiing techniques on cross-country skis, especially the Telemark turn. The video makes use of stop-motion to present a simple, effective visual guide to Telemark skiing that will aid skiers of all abilities from beginners to experts.”

Gotta love this 1987 tele recruitment video. If you’re free heeler you will obviously appreciate but there’s vintage entertainment value for the rest of us as well including a very 1980’s look at Tucks, Sun Valley & Hood. Enjoy:

The Telemark Movie is a step by step user-friendly instructional progression for learning downhill skiing techniques on cross-country skis, especially the Telemark turn. The video makes use of stop-motion to present a simple, effective visual guide to Telemark skiing that will aid skiers of all abilities from beginners to experts.

The Telemark Movie was filmed over a four year period in some of the most exciting ski locations in North America: the radical slopes of Tuckerman Ravine and Mt. Washington in New Hampshire; the steep forests of Mad River Glenn, Vermont; the glaciers of Mt. Hood in Oregon; knee deep powder in Sun Valley, Idaho; above tree line in the North Cascades of Washington, and the majestic valleys of the Canadian Rockies.

-Dick Hall: Founder and director of NATO, The North American Telemark Organization, and has, for the past 15 years, taught thousands of people the joys of Telemark skiing.

-John Fuller: Former ski instructor and world’s leading telemark cinematographer, made his first Telemark film on Mt. Rainier in 1980. Since then he has edited and produced eductational films in Washington, D.C. and worked for National Geographic and Warren Miller Ski Films.

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