You can make Skiing more fun and exciting with the different Ski Tricks we have prepared just for you. In this section, know the different tricks and learn how they are performed. Each has an animation to serve as your guide in learning how a maneuver is done. Read more to find out what these Ski Tricks are.
Let this section help you out in learning how to do the right Skiing moves, techniques, and maneuvers. Our procedural guides and animations will surely help you in every step of the way!
This maneuver is all about making a full turn in midair. You need to focus on the spin and the landing to perform this trick successfully. Learn more in this section.
In this Skiing Trick, you will touch the tail of one of your Skis while in the air. Learn how it is done in this section. Our animation will guide you as you go through the steps.
A 360 Tail Grab is all about touching the tail of one Ski while turning 360 degrees in the air. Obviously, you should master the Tail Grab and the 360 turn first before doing this trick.
The Iron Cross involves crossing your Skis once you get airborne. It requires enough height from the ground so the Tips of the Skis will not get caught in the snow throughout the trick.
This is one of the many tricks that you can perform on rails. In this section, learn how to do a Railslide. You can use the animation at the right as you go through our easy-to-follow steps.
After learning the 360, just add a 180-degree turn and you will have a 540. In this section, learn how to turn 540 degrees on air. You can use our animation as your guide.
The Backscratcher is all about moving your Skis behind you in such a way that the tails are close to your back. Learn how to perform this trick in this section.
This aerial trick is all about doing a split in mid-air. In other words, you will put one leg in front of you and the other one at the back. Check out this section to know more about the aerial trick called Daffy.
If you are already at ease making jumps in the slopes, this Skiing Trick would not be difficult to perform. The Lincoln Loop is named after Eddie Lincoln, the 70s Hot Dogging Pioneer.
This Ski Trick is a backward somersault in the air. As you take off, shift your weight backwards by leaning back. This will make your spin. Find out how to do this trick in this section.
As the name implies, this trick is a combination of two aerial maneuvers - Back Flip and Iron Cross. You obviously need to get comfortable doing both before trying this combo.
Ski Tricks can definitely help make your Skiing adventure more fun and exciting. Your winter escapade can turn into a memorable and thrilling experience. Just don't forget to keep your safety in check whenever you perform any kind of Skiing Trick.