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Paul Palmer

Which Skis Should I Try Today...

Levi Ski Resort, Sirkka, Finland

March 23, 2009, 4:15 pm

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© 2009 Paul Palmer, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Not that long ago when you went downhill skiing the choice of skis was simple. They were long and straight and about 10-15cm higher than you.

Times have changed and the puzzle of which ski may suit you best can be a little bewildering at first. Today's carving style skis come in all possible shapes and sizes depending on your ability, preferred style just as off piste, Grand Salom, salom, All Mountain and Twin tips for tricks/jumps, just to name a few.

Of course style and looks play a part along with designs for men, women and the kids having there our subset of options.

Being based at one of Finland's best Ski Resorts has opened our eyes to the diverse range for skis even within one brand such as Atomic.

The New Rental Service at Levi Ski Resort has won awards for its new operation which records your data which makes for simple and quick return trips for the right sized gear for you.

This panorama shows the many options on the ski rack system for the intermediate to expert hire. All you need to do is ask the right questions of the staff and maybe explain what type of skiing you want to do that day and they will advise on what could to the job for you...

If in doubt, just give them a try, you maybe surprised.
Offical website for the Levi Ski Resort: http://www.levi.fi

Location

Europe / Finland

Lat: 67° 48' 10" N
Long: 24° 48' 33" E

Elevation: 190m

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Equipment

Nikon D80 with Nikkor 10.5mm. Modified Nodal Ninja 3+ head on a Manfrotto 055pro tripod. Software; PTGui and Pano2VR with a visit to Photoshop :-)
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