Telemark skiing, also known as the free heel skiing technique, is a precursor to alpine skiing disciplines, developed in Scandinavian countries. While in earlier times, skiing was used only as a means of transport on flat snowclad surfaces, this technique made it possible to use the skis also downhill and carve the first turns. Skis resemble alpine ones, while bindings are specially designed to free the heel and fix only the toe box to the ski. To execute a turn, skiers kneel down on the uphill ski and slide forward the downhill one. Boots are also specially designed: their peculiar flexibility helps the move and their shape adheres to the binding. Actually, nowadays, Telemark skiing is not very common and requires a good fitness level and fairly good technique. We take pride in stating: “ at Snow Service you find everything you need for a mountain holiday”.
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