How to Ski: Powder Bumps

Power skiing is easy—unless it’s just a thin cover on bumps. Here's how to deal.
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What's the downside of deep powder? None that we can find. But hitting the bumps two days after a storm can be jolting. "Feel" the terrain with your skis. SKI’s Director of Instruction, Mike Rogan, shows you how to master what lies beneath.

Published: January 2012

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