Salt Lake City, Utah – Ski ‘N See Ski ‘N Board Shops in Park City, Utah announces a dream ski trip for two to “The Greatest Snow on Earth”. From airfare, transportation, lift tickets, rentals, and lodging, this trip has it all. Several companies are contributing in the hopes of introducing all that Utah has to offer ski enthusiasts– or future ski enthusiasts.
Here are a few of the reviews we have received recently! We hope these are indicative of all our customer’s experience with Ski ‘N See.
“Thanks for all the hospitality and ‘extra touch’ you and your staff afforded myself and my family! See you next year!”
It’s not just a fashion statement, more and more skiers and riders are opting in to the idea of wearing a helmet on the slopes for safety. According to a National Ski Areas Association, in the 2009-2010 ski season, 79% of children under the age of nine wore ski helmets. However, only 32% of men ages 18-22 wore them. The NSAA also says helmet use tends to increase with ability level. They say 26% of beginners in 09-10 wore helmets, but 55% of advance riders protected their domes.
Ski ‘N See Ski Shops is excited to announce the addition of two more ski and snowboard shops, complimenting its growing convenience across the Wasatch Front.
“We can’t have a ski shop in every neighborhood, so we try to be strategic about placing shops that are either at or en route to Utah’s major ski resorts,” says Ski ‘N See Owner Roy Ostendorf. “Our goal is to create customer value through convenience, selection, and great service.”
Not all skis and snowboards are created equally. Before deciding to buy gear, a little research will go a long way in avoiding unexpected service expenses to keep your equipment in top performance condition. There are more options for cross-country than alpine, but “waxless” does not mean maintenance free.