Slowing down and making lots of turns will keep your speed in check and let you feel more of the mountain. You’ll get a better feel for what the snow is doing under your feet before an obstacle out of nowhere slams you.

Ten Tips For Skiing In Flat Light

Your favorite place to be on the mountain is out in the open bowls arcing huge high-speed turns. But when the clouds move in and the wind is screaming, you can’t see a thing in front of you. You can’t tell which way is up or down, your stomach is turning, and you’re starting to feel dizzy. This can be an intimidating situation and stops even the most seasoned experts dead in their tracks. But you’ve got to keep on moving. Don’t let whiteout situations ruin your day. Here’s how to get down the hill safely and have a little fun in the soup while you’re at it.