How to Help the Reluctant Skier

Posted in On the Mountain
by April on November 18, 2013

Terry and his Teacher Karl

My husband and I have a deal: he learns to ski and I learn to play golf.

Here's his side of the bargain and how he turned from a reluctant skier to avid learner in his own words! (just press PLAY!)

Thanks to Karl Poplawski (Terry's ski instructor), we will be planning our next trip to Park City Mountain Resort very soon. Terry is hooked!

So the bottom line is - if you've never skied before and you want to but are reluctant for various reasons, get private one-on-one lessons. They make all the difference in the world, you'll get the best attention! In many ways it's like a VIP plan on the slopes.

Here's a tip on tipping - if you do plan on doing one-on-one lessons - know that these ski instructors rely on tips so be sure to be generous!


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Comment posted by Barb Grosshans on November 20, 2013 6:37 AM MST

That was good April!! Now the next thing I want to see is a video on J J having skiing THIS winter!! He's going to love it too!!! xo

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