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One Day Avalanche Awareness Courses Scotland based on Cairngorm Mountain

    Avalanche Awareness for Skiers and Snowboarders     This one day introduction is for keen confident skiers looking to make themselves safer skiing off piste. We aim to introduce you to transceiver search techniques, how avalanches are caused and how to spot the signs and safe travel techniques in avalanche terrain. The day […]

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sweet telemark ski down the south side of the Gorm

Telemark telemark telemark telemark telemark Had a great day today down the rear end of Cairngorm on nice snow and stunning weather even managing to get Nick “the etherbeast” Etheridge on to telemark skis https://www.g2outdoor.co.uk/winter-activities/telemark

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Telemark Tips – How long and low do you go?

An Efficient Stance So who knows what is an efficient stance? We’ve no idea either but this is our view on what is efficient. One of the great things about telemark is the fact that we don’t care too much as long as we enjoy it, there are various shaps and forms of telemark out […]

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Another Telemark video cheesy sponsor plug!

Managed to get Nick “Etherbeast” Etheridge back onto his telemark skis eventually and there is still life in the old dog but he did struggle to keep up with Mike! This video was powered by G3, Haglofs, Mountain Spirit, Wigwam and Scarpa https://www.g2outdoor.co.uk/winter-activities

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Ski School and advanced skier development courses Cairngorms

New for this year – Advanced Skier/Boarder development sessions If you are like most people and are happy skiing on most pistes but have trouble with a few technique issues that have been niggling for a few years, then our Advanced skier development sessions and courses could solve your problems and take you onto the […]

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TELEMARK – It’s all in the back foot!

Well maybe it’s not all in the back foot but we could just ride around on the front foot all day and call ourselves alpine skiers! It’s a reasonably common mistake that telemarkers make by just riding around on the front foot whilst the back foot just acts as an outrigger at the back making […]

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We live for Bumps on the White Lady

Oh big slushy bump zip line on the lady That could possibly be a song title “oh big slushy bump zip line on the lady“! Sorry losing it after a great morning smashing the zip line on Cairngorm Mountain on the White Lady just like the Old days except the legs don’t last as long! […]

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What a day on Cairngorm mountain for our drop in telemark clinics

Great conditions for our drop in clinics G2 Outdoor’s wednesday drop in clinic this week was attended by local experts Paul Masson And June Masson showing the young dude’s how to smash the powder on the east wall of the white lady, whilst the young dude’ Robin Kinaird, Martin Coulthard, Paul Jones, Dave Boffey and Mike […]

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Gully Skiing Scotland on Telemark’s Coire an t Sneachda

Telemark Skiing Coire an t Sneachda Footage was taken last year in Coire an t Sneachda in Point half gully (so called because it’s half a grade one climb). It was a stunning day on the tops with cloud in the valley and the snow was reasonably soft wind blown which is good for Scotland. […]

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Telemark ski lessons Scotland

The original form of skiing invented around 300 years ago in the Telemark region of Norway. It was aimed at getting around the forests and valleys, but soon developed into a down hill technique that is still used today. Far from the leather boots and skinny skis of yester years, we now scream on about […]

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