Cross-Country Skiing for Everyone
In only six inches of snow, in any place, and at any age, anyone can take part in cross-country skiing, one of the fastest-growing winter sports in the nation. In this illustrated guide, Jules Older examines the technique, equipment, preparations, safety, and ski-touring centers--all in a conversational and entertaining style that emphasizes the importance of going at your own pace and enjoying the outdoors. 100 photos.
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