In the Thirties, Norwegians were the first who started experimenting skiing acrobatic moves, followed, in the Seventies, by the Americans with their famous “hot-dogging”. Nowadays freestyle skiing has developed some more classic disciplines, such as moguls and jumps, and what is called the “new school”: half pipe, ski-cross and slope style. Traditional carving skis are not designed to perform these acrobatic moves: twin-tip skis, which are light, soft and straight, are recommended. At Snow Service rental shop you will find amazing twin-tip freestyle skis, both for adults and kids who love tricks and rails.
To get away from the crowded ski runs and exercising in the silence of a pristine nature.
Whether you are a telemark fan or you just want to try this peculiar discipline, the equipment is, as always, very high quality
When the snow is fresh, cold, and as soft as “powder”, skiing is like floating in the air.