• Women skiers, this is the place for you -- an online community without the male-orientation you'll find in conventional ski magazines and internet ski forums. At TheSkiDiva.com, you can connect with other women to talk about skiing in a way that you can relate to, about things that you find of interest. Be sure to join our community to participate (women only, please!). Registration is fast and simple. Just be sure to add webmaster@theskidiva.com to your address book so your registration activation emails won't be routed as spam. And please give careful consideration to your user name -- it will not be changed once your registration is confirmed.

Powder hacks?

dloveski

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
#61
I wouldn't go with the widest ski, no matter the brand, as most of your powder ski day will be on trails and chopped powder---so I find I need a ski that I feel comfortable in on all of the mountain.

Pure powder runs are magic, but getting rarer.

I'm not one to preach form (ahem), and I have no idea how to tell someone to ski powder other than, if you are lucky to find it, just go as straight down as you can and put both hands forward and move the feet up and down like pedaling a bike. I don't know how that translates in technical terms.