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Sking or snow? What practical this winter?

Sking

The eternal question: Do I ski this year or snow? Although many people say they are the same who really enjoy the cold wind on your face know they do not. With each sensations are different. Yes, adrenaline is generated in both cases, but with a board feet touching the snow is not equal. If you have no preference and, like many others, are in doubt, read on.

The first variable is your ability with one of the two disciplines. If you know skiing, you have to keep in mind that to make snow, need many hours (and falls) learning. Or vice versa. If it is a point break, it is recommended that you continue doing what you know.

At the end of the day, in such a short time do not you going to do with the new tool and you will miss the trip. If, however, you’re going to let you see a lot for your favorite station and the body demands, changes.

Have some kind of material can help you decide, but only in cases where your desire to change are not too big. The price of renting a table or a pair of skis are not high and there are many options. Let’s be honest: since you lees the blanket to the head and you give one away, you can afford a slightly higher investment. If not, do not despair: always good to improve the technique.

And here comes another legendary question: What is easier to learn? That we can not help. There are many opinions as people with a Jan. 2 in Sierra Nevada. What we have done is to compile a tutorial to learn to ski in three days and the other to take the first steps on a table.

In this way, you can judge yourself and make the decision that you see fit. Whatever your decision, you will succeed. The adrenaline will flow over the snow and spend some incredible days. At the end of the day, it comes to admire nature, not looking at your feet. Swipe and forget everything.

As always, if you dare and change your discipline this winter, tell us. Similarly, if you have any questions, comments and try to resolve it as soon as possible.

See you in the mountains!

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