How to Ski: Cruddy Bumps

Skiing soft bumps is tough enough. Here's how to survive varying conditions on bump runs.
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Look to the tops and the downhill sides of skied-off bumps for salvation. SKI’s Director of Instruction, Mike Rogan, shows you how.

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