The Three Most Common Ski Touring Mistakes

The Three Most Common Ski Touring Mistakes

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The Three Most Common Ski Touring Mistakes

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“Do you want to know how to save your breath when going up with skins, or how to save your energy when skinning up a slope, or how to get an extra lap in your day? There are three major errors that people make when climbing with skins on their skis. Do you know if you’re making one of them?”

Enjoy this valuable advice on backcountry ski touring from our friendly neighbor to the north, Mr. René-Martin Trudel. In this video the CEO at The Great Outdoors Learning Hub shares his secret skinning recipe to avoid the three most common mistakes made by all backcountry skiers from greenhorns to experts. It boils down to efficiency. The three areas of focus are lifting the ski, climbing too steep and climbing risers. The best way to stay safe and have fun in the backcountry is to reserve the energy to do so. Follow along and try these techniques on your next ski trip and see if you have a bit more in the tank on your last lap. For more from René-Martin Trudel GO HERE:

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