We found this silent film from 1926 titled “Where Snow Time is Joy Time,” produced by the Canadian Government. It’s a fun film which illustrates the popularity of skiing in the [...]
From trail skiing to open hill downhill skiing and our first downhill run, “Joe Morin’s Slalom Hill” I should have written this before posting this about the first tow from the [...]
Downhill skiing really took off in the 1940s with the installation of the first “lift”, the Cadillac powered rope tow on Slalom. Twin rope tows on Slalom Hill, Camp Fortune in [...]
Minimum reach requirement is measured as the distance from the ground to the middle of your palm, with your arm fully extended upwards. See minimum reach requirement image for reference.
1.75 m for the full course.