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Otto Matheke

Otto Matheke is a PSIA certified Level II instructor at Ski Liberty, where he has been teaching since 1993. Otto has been a past recipient of the “Instructor of the Year” award at Liberty. A graduate of Middlebury College in Vermont, Otto also works as an attorney with the U.S. Department of Transportation. A skier for almost his entire life, he can be recognized at Liberty as the big balding guy trying to catch up with either or both of his teenaged sons - who in turn can be recognized by sheer velocity and hair exhibiting coloration normally not found in nature. Otto’s off-season pursuits include rollerblading, fishing, and tinkering with cars, computers and model trains.

Otto has written 5 stories for DCSki since 1998.

Firsthand Report: Liberty

    December 21, 2000 - DCSki Columnist Otto Matheke spent Wednesday evening skiing at Liberty Mountain Resort and filed a report on the conditions.

Who Wants to Be a Ski or Snowboard Instructor?

    October 26, 2000 - DCSki Columnist and ski instructor Otto Matheke describes the challenges and rewards of being a ski or snowboard instructor. Many resorts such as Liberty Mountain (where Otto teaches) currently have instructor openings and will be offering Instructor Training Courses in the near future.

DCSki Columnist Otto Matheke: Your First Time

    January 30, 1999 - Otto Matheke, a PSIA certified Level II instructor at Ski Liberty, offers valuable tips for first-time skiers.

Having a Fit: Buying Boots that Work for You

    October 5, 1998 - Otto Matheke, a PSIA certified Level II instructor at Ski Liberty, provides a wealth of information and good advice about purchasing ski boots.

Getting the Most Out of Pre-Season Sales and Ski Swaps

    August 15, 1998 - Otto Matheke, a PSIA certified Level II instructor at Ski Liberty, inaugurates his new DCSki column with extensive tips on how to shop for the upcoming season in the pre-season.

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