Essential Skiing: A Bible for Beginning Skiers

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Lyons & Burford, Publishers, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 192 pages
Presents information on downhill skiing for beginners and others, with tips on buying and renting equipment, instruction on basic through intermediate techniques, discussion of the individual needs of women, seniors, kids, and the physically impaired, and advice on where to ski.

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The subtitle for Herb Gordon's "Essential Skiing" is "A Bible for All Skiers." He should have warned us that it is really addressed to all people who have thought about trying skiing, but who haven't ... Read full review

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Any interested adult can learn to ski intermediate-level trails and even the most difficult "black diamond" trails, the author insists. Gordon's text makes downhill skiing seem fun, safe, and simple ... Read full review



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A Sierra Club expedition leader whose twin girls began camping at age three.

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