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Freestyle will be taught at Italian ski resorts

Freestyle will be taught at Italian ski resorts
Skiing in Italy: training freestyle in the Dolomites

The largest ski region in Italy the Dolomites Superski prepared for its guests a special winter program. On January 12, 2011 at 20.00 in the snow parks of such resorts as Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Val di Fassa, Cortina and others everyone will be able to learn the basics of one of the most spectacular and brilliant winter sports - freestyle.

Special campaign, which was called «Drop-In», is designed primarily for teens. Starting from January 12, 2011, every Wednesday and Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm in the best Italian snow parks the masters of freestyle will teach the tourists the basics of freestyle.

How to land, what are the freestyle feints and tricks, how to perform simple jumps - all this will be revealed during a special campaign «Drop-In». By the way, the title of the action is warning, which is often used in the training venues for freestyle.

The age of people who be able to take part in «Drop-In» at the Italian ski resorts is from 12 to 18 years. Halfpipe, rails, big air, as well as classic freestyle tricks - "Rodeo" and "McTwist" - all they become a part of the training program.

Freestyle training courses will be conducted for both skiing and snowboarding. The cost of the courses is 45 euros per day without uniform or 69 euros including rental of snowboard or a pair of alpine skis. It is worth noting that it is the basic price, which can vary from resort to resort. So, at Val Gardena resort the cost of one day is 48 euros without equipment or 72 euro including rental of equipment.

Ski resorts of Italy in the Dolomites Superski region are available today. Moreover, on December 23, skiers can take advantage of special offers at the resort. When buying a 4-day ski tour to Italy in the Dolomites an additional day and one-day ski pass are offered for free. In the action are involved all 12 ski resorts included in the Dolomites Superski region.

Date: 11/12/2010

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