Snow Pro Links
Skiing the net
has a few (if the site stays up?).
has some too.
Ski Area Management site
- check out their sponsor links to
(they design trails and lifts) and
(they make Snow Cats).
American Mountain Guide Association
is a marketing company that runs festivals and creates ad sponsored trail map signs, tool benches and other cools stuff for resorts.
has cheap ski socks!
has a pro discount. Get a 20% discount when you use the coupon code "PSIA-Forum" (without the quotes) in the checkout section under 'coupons'.
also has pro discounts - ask Rusty for the code.
acts as a clearing house for pro deals. Just fax or snail mail them a copy of your PSIA card to get started.
has pro deals for goggles, sun glasses, gloves, charcoal heat packs and more. Rusty's a rep now! Send me an email and I'll give you a code you can use to order.
(Professional Ski Instructors of America)
(Eastern Region) ooo - it's flashy! Plus we have our own forum now!
(Rocky Mountain) (hey, they've got their clinic schedule online!)
(American Association of Snowboard Instructors) (12/23 link is useless)
(a private site that needs more participation)
Cool stuff for ski pros
Canadian ski instructors
site. This site has
video to prep
for the CSIA exam.
The Italian ski pro site has some
awesome video lessons
British ski instructors
British Ski instructors
New Zealand's ski pro site
is a site for ski instructors to advertise for Private Lessons
is another site for instructors to advertise their stuff
Olympic coaching newsletters
is the site for ski area management
has the best forum for pros. Go the ski instruction section.
is where instructors from all over the world get together to share.
Interested in Harald Harb's PMTS (Primary Movements Teaching System)? Try the
Harb Ski Systems
has all of his books, videos, gear and camp info, including a listing of
PMTS certified instructors
has ski reviews and links to everything else.
is Harb's answer to PSIA.
A book about
ski instructor stories
Jess Hall has a
good exam prep web site
Paul Hartnägel has a
with some of his "outspoken" opinions.
is a Canadian pro that also teaches in Holimont NY. He's got a lot of links to other sites.
has a good listing of what level 1-9 are, but is otherwise a good example of 1/2 a web site.
Craig McNeil is a Colorado based PMTS guy that has a well rounded web site with lots of tips and some nice pics.
Lydia and Chuck Roberts teach at Wilmot, Wisconsin. They have a good
introduction to terrain park
program for skiers.
Ron LeMaster's work is mostly focused on racing, but he has some very interesting observations. Here's a presentation on
current trends in alpine ski technique
Teach skiing in
Spanish and Portuguese