I am a beginner skier and I heard that cross-country skiing is the most physically demanding and dangerous of all skiing, so what is cross-country skiing really like? I hope you can tell me some actual facts so that I can understand skiing better.
Reply from Brenda J.
As a veteran skier, the first thing I want to tell you is that cross-country skiing is a more challenging and exciting form of skiing. Unlike traditional ski resorts, cross-country skiing is unrestricted and the routes are more diverse and difficult, allowing you to ski over different terrains such as hillsides, cliffs, and forest trails.
In addition, the difficulty of cross-country skiing is high, so the physical requirements and ski equipment are high. Also, it has certain dangers. For example, there may be avalanches or other dangerous elements
So, if you are a beginner skier, I recommend that you improve your skills in a safe traditional ski area first before considering cross-country skiing.