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  1. Backcountry Skiing: Skills for Ski Touring and Ski Mountaineering (Mountaineers Outdoor Expert Series) by Martin Volken, Scott Schell, et all 2007-11-30
  2. Best Backcountry Skiing in the Northeast: 50 Classic Ski Tours in New England and New York by David Goodman, 2010-10-05
  3. Backcountry Skiing Utah, 2nd (Backcountry Skiing Series) by Tyson Bradley, 2003-09-01
  4. Backcountry Skiing Adventures: Maine and New Hampshire: Classic Ski and Snowboard Tours in Maine and New Hampshire by David Goodman, 1998-09-01
  5. Backcountry Skiing and Snowshoeing in Grand County, Colorado by Deborah, Ph.D. Carr, Lou Ladrigan, 2003-01-31
  6. Skiing Colorado's Backcountry: Northern Mountains, Trails and Tours by Brian Litz, Kurt Lankford, 1989-11
  7. Backcountry Skiing California's High Sierra by John Moynier, 1999-11-01
  8. Backcountry Skiing in the Washington's Cascades by Rainer Burgdorfer, 1987-04
  9. Backcountry Skiing Adventures: Vermont and New York: Classic Ski and Snowboard Tours in Vermont and New York by David Goodman, 2001-01-01
  10. New Zealand Backcountry Skiing: A Guide to New Zealand's Best Ski Touring by James Broadbent, 2004-10
  11. Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding - Lake Tahoe by Brandyn Roth, 2009-11-01
  12. Backcountry Skiing by Lito Tejada-Flores, 1981-10
  13. Classic Backcountry Skiing: A Guide to the Best Ski Tours in New England (Appalachian Mountain Club) by David Goodman, 1989-02
  14. White Woods, Quiet Trails: Exploring Minnesota's North Shore in Winter : A Guide to Cross-Country Skiing, Backcountry Treks & Snowshoe Outings in and Around Lake Superior's sawt by Andrew Slade, 1997-10

1. Backcountry Skiing - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Backcountry skiing is skiing in a sparsely inhabited rural region over ungroomed and unmarked slopes or pistes, including skiing in unmarked or unpatrolled areas either within
Backcountry skiing
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Backcountry skiing near the Arlberg Austria Backcountry skiing is skiing in a sparsely inhabited rural region over ungroomed and unmarked slopes or pistes , including skiing in unmarked or unpatrolled areas either within the ski resort 's boundaries or in the backcountry , frequently amongst trees (" glade skiing "), usually in pursuit of fresh fallen snow , known as powder snow. More important, the land and the snow pack are not monitored, patrolled, or maintained. Fixed mechanical means of ascent such as ski lifts are typically not present, but may be used to gain initial altitude. Backcountry skiing, also known as ski touring or ski mountaineering , can involve single or multi-day trips through snow camping or the use of mountain huts where available.
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The terms "backcountry ski", " Randonnée ski touring ", and "off-piste skiing" are often used interchangeably; however, "backcountry skiing" and "off-piste skiing" are terms which specify where the skiing occurs, while " ski touring ski mountaineering Randonnée ", and "

2. Summit County Colorado Backcountry / Telemark Skiing -
Summit County Skiing Backcountry Skiing There's an added majesty to nature when you've hiked and sweated to reach a summit with a postcard panorama, only to dive into

3. Backcountry Skiing In Durango Silverton San Juan Mountains Colorado
Backcountry skiing courses, trips, and private guiding in Durango and Silverton Colorado's San Juan Mountains near Coal Bank, Molas, and Red Mountain Passes with Southwest
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Backcountry Skiing in the San Juan Mountains
There is little doubt that interest in the sport of backcountry skiing has grow appreciably in recent years. Unlike off-piste skiing at a resort, or cat skiing, backcountry ski touring allows us practically limitless terrain from which to choose. What does this mean to you? That we can always find the best powder stashes, and keep you away from the crowds, so that you can experience the joy of skiing untracked powder in one of the most impressive mountain ranges in the entire mountain west. The San Juan Mountains are host to some of the finest backcountry terrain in Colorado. Coal Bank, Molas, and Red Mountain passes allow us to access the best ski tours at, and above, 10,000 feet where pristine powder skiing is just waiting to be had. Our programs are designed to accomodate a wide range of experience levels and skiing background. Whether you're a perrenial resort skier looking to venture into the untracked powder of the backcountry, or an experienced backcountry enthusiast who wants to hit the best tours the area has to offer, we have what it takes to put it together for you. 2010/2011 Offerings Private Ski Guiding (1 - 5 days)
Schedule a couple of days of private instruction for you and your friends. We offer customized tours and multi-day hut trips for individuals or groups.

4. Glacier Park & Montana Backcountry / Telemark Skiing -
Glacier Park Skiing Backcountry Skiing Telemark and backcountry skiers seeking solitude find miles of pristine powder to enjoy on their own or in small ski tour groups available

5. Mountain Chalet, Colorado Springs | Backcountry Skiing: Telemark, Alpine Touring
Backcountry Skiing Skis and boots for crosscountry, telemark, and A/T or randonee skiing.

6. Backcountry Skiing | Encyclopedia
Backcountry skiing is skiing in a sparsely inhabited rural region over ungroomed and unmarked slopes or pistes, including skiing in unmarked or unpatrolled areas either within the ski

7. Backcountry Skiing | British Columbia | Tourism BC - Official Site
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8. The Backcountry Ski Page
Backcountry skiing images of Western Canada plus information and links for the serious backcountry skier.

9. - The Backcountry Skiing Blog
Backcountry Skiing Weblog Blog, FAQs, more, links and info about randonnee, telemark and backcountry ski mountaineering
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By Lou On the scale here at HQ, Marker Tour FT 12 comes in at 36.7 oz. Wow.

10. Backcountry Skiing In Lake Tahoe, Cross Country Skiing In Lake Tahoe, Telemark T
Find out about Backcountry Skiing in Lake Tahoe, Where to go and take kids cross country skiing In Lake Tahoe, different kinds of Telemark Trails, from City Concierge Lake Tahoe
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Backcountry Skiing
There are few sports as challenging as backcountry skiing, and rightly so. From the very outset, the goal of a backcountry skier is to find some of the remotest and most inhospitable mountainside and conquer it. That's a tall order, and not for the faint of heart. But the good news is there are a few sites in Lake Tahoe where the backcountry community has taken root.
Most of the peaks and trails in Lake Tahoe have backcountry access for those who want to get off the beaten path. Round Top and Carson Pass are two great locations for backcountry skiing. Mount Rose is a great climb with several imposing down hills, too. One of the Lake Tahoe favorites is Monument Peak, which has a terrific trail to Gardnerville. If you're looking for something more gentle try cross country instead. It's very important to note that backcountry skiing is not for beginners, ever.
That being said, there are kid friendly trails. These mountains are often in harder to reach places, and are not regularly patrolled by safety crews or even other visitors. Only the most experienced skiers or those with plenty of backup should consider backcountry skiing.

11. - S.C.A.R.P.A. - Nessun Luogo è Lontano
Italian manufacturer of backcountry skiing, climbing, and mountaineering equipment.

12. Backcountry Magazine - Backcountry Skiing, Snowboarding, Alpine Touring, Telemar
Backcountry, the magazine of backcountry skiing, telemark, ski mountaineering, snowboarding and splitboarding covers news, events, travel, destinations, environmental issues and

13. Voile Official Site - Backcountry Splitboards, Skis, Telemark Bindings, And Aval
Voile s backcountry ski line.

14. Paragon Guides | Vail Colorado Outdoor Trips | Rocky Mountain Division
We offer a variety of backcountry adventures including hutto-hut backcountry skiing, llama trekking, mountain biking, wilderness camping
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Home Guides Gear Custom Trips ... Winter Route Map Paragon Guides - Outdoor Adventures Paragon Guides is one of Colorado's premier guide services providing quality outdoor adventures since 1978, throughout the White River National Forest of the central Rocky Mountain region and along the now famous 10th Mountain Division Hut System . We offer a variety of backcountry adventures including hut-to-hut backcountry skiing, llama trekking, mountain biking, wilderness camping, mountaineering, backcountry fishing and classic rock climbing. Our participatory approach to guiding has given many individuals and families a true sense of personal involvement in their adventure experience.
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15. BackCountry Skiing In Canada. Lodges In The Back Country Of Canada.
Back Country accommodation for backcountry Skiing in British Columbia and Alberta Canada. Lodges in the back country for your ski holiday to Canada.
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16. Backcountry Skiing + Snowboarding -- Roberts
Includes tips, related links, and stories and photos from backcountry adventures in Utah, Washington, and Switzerland.

17. Backcountry Skiing, Splitboard, AT, Telemark | Guide/Route Info | Join The Commu
Interactive website about Backcountry Skiing, Alpine Touring and Snowboarding for Backcountry skiers and Backcountry riders who go out of bounds and love powder snow! More than

18. Rec.skiing.backcountry FAQs
Backcountry skiing FAQs compiled and maintained by the rec.skiing.backcountry forum.
The rec.skiing.backcountry Frequently Asked Questions list
The material in this FAQ is directed to novice backcountry skiers. It contains brief descriptions of the basic ideas and techniques of backcountry skiing, comments on the equipment used during backcountry skiing, and safety concerns related to backcountry travel in the winter. For more detailed information on these topics, the reader should consult the resources presented at the end of this FAQ. This FAQ does not contain equipment reviews. These are available from various other sources, including magazines and this newsgroup. Finally, this FAQ does not contain information on specific ski routes. The bibliography contains a list of guide books, sorted by location, that contain this information.
The rec.skiing.backcountry FAQ is a compendium of questions
and answers that frequently appear on rec.skiing.backcountry.
Neither the contributors to the FAQ, the posters of the FAQ

19. Backcountry Skiing Meetup Groups - Backcountry Skiing Meetups
Helps groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world about Backcountry skiing

20. Backcountry Skiing | LIVESTRONG.COM
Backcountry Skiing. Backcountry skiing, also known as offpiste skiing, refers to skiing in areas not formally designated or patrolled for skiing and generally not serviced by ski

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