Under instruction: how to become a better skier

You only hit the slopes once a year, so how do you improve your ski technique? We asked an instructor for some tips

Skiing is a pleasure and a passion, and those lucky enough to live near a ski resort and able to ski often, can reach an impressively high standard even without being professional. But for the rest of us, enviously skidding about the pistes on wobbly legs and unaccountably disobedient skis, life is more complicated. Just how can you improve when you only get onto the slopes once a year?

Ski instructor Didier Collomb

We asked Didier Collomb, a ski instructor and mountain guide from Saint Martin de Belleville in the famous Trois Vallées network ...

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