This is why I'm better with boarding gear than skiing gear.
What are directions to the Ski Chalet from taking I-66 eastward? If you have the exact dates for their sales I'll start making room on the calendar.
Mainly all I need is just skis, boots, bindings. All other gear like goggles, helmet, etc I'll use from my boarding stuff. When it comes to the actual skis, I'm really bad with brand names. Which is best, which model is best, etc. I definately won't be an extreme beginner because I plan to transfer my balance and speed control from boarding over to skis so I was thinkig of a ski around 174 in length. I would really love to learn powder carving and just enjoy the finese side to skiing rather than trying to be another Bode Miller.