5 Tips for Beginner Skiers
5 Tips for Beginner Skiers
Skiing should be fun. Here are a few pointers to make sure beginner skiers enjoy the sport

Wear Protective Gear

Two of the essential protective things to have for skiing are a helmet and goggles. Goggles protect your eyes from snow, give you better visibility, and protect you from the sun's rays if you choose a pair with UV resistance. A helmet is essential, and it helps protect you from injury in the event of a fall. Most ski resorts offer helmets if you don't have one, but it is best to bring one along in case.

Dress Warm

To be ready to hit the slopes, you need appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry. It's best to layer up with warm clothing on the inside to keep out the cold, then have waterproof clothing outside to keep out snow and moisture. You can ski longer without getting wet or cold with the proper attire. If possible, choose coats with many pockets to store valuables such as keys and phones to keep them safe and secure. 

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