Massively more popular now than it was even 5 years ago,
this is probably the most versatile type of ski gear you can buy.
Use it for everything, everywhere. Earn those turns or don't,
the choice is yours.
How has one turn become a complete discipline?
Using increasingly wide and powerful skis, boots and
bindings telemark is the versatile left-field cousin
of Alpine Touring.
This is backcountry ski touring, often from hut to hut,
on more modest gradients and generally, unpisted snow.
Skis (always metal edged) have been getting wider with
more pronounced sidecut and heels are never fixed.
They'll work everywhere from the local golf course
to a traverse across an alpine plateau.
Cross country skiing on lightweight non-metal edged skis
is an adventure and fitness activity as much as a
competitive winter sport. Abroad skiers generally
follow prepared tracks here in the UK we tend to
make our own on golf courses and across
parks and fields.
You'll find all our alpine cambered skis here. Very few companies differentiate
between Telemark and AT skis these days, so we don't either. Perceived
user/ intended use is to open to debate so we've gone with
something concrete and listed them by underfoot width.
Braemar 9am-6pm everyday, Aviemore 8.30am-6pm everyday, Ballater 9am-5pm everyday