Downhill Skiing Books
isn't quite the destination spot that Colorado or Utah
is as far as out-state skiiers go. Hopefully it will stay
that way, too. With two exceptions (Big Mountain and Big
Sky), few people from out of state make their way to the
other downhill ski areas in Montana.
personally love to downhill ski, I created the Montana
skiing guide on this site. As skiing is a skill that is
constantly learned and improved on, I've also listed some
downhill skiing books that skiiers of any ability should
Downhill Skiing Books on
the next page.
Ski Faster: Lisa Feinberg Densmore's Guide to High Performance
Skiing and Racing
You don't need nerves of steel and a passion for flying
down slopes at 85 mph to benefit from the competitive-level
advice and insider anecdotes in this book. In fact, even
if moving at 15 mph on the intermediate slope makes you
nervous, Ski Faster is for you . . . if you want to ski
better . . . have more fun on the slopes . . . and learn
how to carve those new shaped skis like a pro.
All-Mountain Skier : The Way to Expert Skiing
This is an excellent book. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT. I
have it and this little book has gone a long way towards
breaking some of the intermediate blues I suffered years
ago. If you want to improve your skiing, get this book!
The Skier's Edge
Explaining how skiing works, this book goes beyond simple,
traditional advice to present the science of ski technique
and describe the mechanics of good skiing. 80 photos.
Break through to the next level of ski performance! Renowned instructor, coach, and ski technique expert Ron LeMaster takes you beyond The Skier's Edge by improving, expanding, and enhancing that seminal work. The result, Ultimate Skiing, will help you master the mechanics of great skiing as never before--explaining how it's done, showing how it looks, and describing how it feels.