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Solution Use Both Skis as One  If your skis are close together, you're standing on one wide platform instead of two narrow ones. This way you don't…

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Use Both Skis as One

If your skis are close together, you’re standing on one wide platform instead of two narrow ones. This way you don’t sink as far into the snow.

Turning in soft snow is easy—as long as you have enough speed. Stay close to the fall line, and keep your turns round and smooth: no sharp corners.

Turning in soft snow is easy—as long as you have enough speed. Stay close to the fall line, and keep your turns round and smooth: no sharp corners.

Be sure to distribute your weight more evenly between your inside and outside skis. If you suddenly shift too much weight to your outside ski, for…

Be sure to distribute your weight more evenly between your inside and outside skis. If you suddenly shift too much weight to your outside ski, for example, that ski might “dive,” burying itself in the snow. If that happens, you’re bound to fall.