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  • Super Mank: Perisher Report 24/08/2013 | Telemark Phat
    try our luck at Guthega We went via double trouble which had some truly hideous rain effected snotty boot deep mank This snow was beyond a challenge At Guthega we had a go in the Parachute Trees but the snow was nasty there too I split off from the guys to meet a friend at Early Starter but they reported great corn on Rock Garden I got some nice corn above Copper Head road on the way back The Interschools were creating havoc on Front Valley Parental havoc Goat s Gully Olympic looked sweet Icy Olympic bullwheel Perisher Valley Those people were fooled by yesterday s refrozen freshies too Me skiing down a firm Olympic Tracks from yesterday on Olympic Tony and Johno on an rimy Mt Back Perisher Trig The road to Double Trouble Guthega from Double Trouble Mt Twynam looking nicely filled in Johno struggling in the nasty mank on Double Trouble Tony on Parachute Early Starter Just another manky day for this season Report Perisher Add new comment Your name E mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly Homepage Subject Comment More information about text formats Plain text No

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/report/report-perisher/08242013-1755?page=1 (2016-02-09)
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  • Telemark Phat.Telemark skiing in Australia - How to mount telemark bindings onto skis (page 1)
    ski glue like every professional workshop in the world you can epoxy the holes but I think it is a waste of time and effort as I have never pulled a binding from a ski however I have sheared the screws I get my glue from Tognar as well Skis to be remounted Ski glue and a binding hole plug Fill the old binding holes with ski glue and put a plug in each hole Hammer in each plug until it can be sunk no further into the ski Fill hte holes with binding glue Hammer the plugs into the ski Use a hammer and chisel to chisel the little bit of the plug sticking out from the ski off Be careful it is easy to remove a lot of topsheet if you are too aggressive with the chisel Once you are done the surface of the ski should be nice and smooth Your ski is now ready to be mounted with bindings Chilsel away tops of plugs Plugged ski Step 2 Mark out the ski s centre line I ve described two methods in this step The paper method is nice and fast but I find it to be up to 1mm out on occasion so I check the centre line using a square ruler Lay some masking tape down the length of the ski so your marks are easily removed Also you can remove the tape and start again if you make a big error Wrap a sheet of paper around the ski creasing it where it wraps around the edges of the ski Make a couple of little marks on the ski and the paper so you can realign the paper easily Fold the paper in half so the two crease marks meet the new fold mark

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/_pages/_learn/_workshop/binding_mounting_1.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Telemark Phat.Telemark skiing in Australia - Perisher Snow Report 22nd & 23rd of August 2009
    The Italian telemark turn is a very different style to the Australian turn so it was like a little Interski for me The Italians ski with a longer lower stance and a small amount of upper body rotation into the turn A nice cruisy style and I got a couple of useful ideas from Pipo but I still prefer the Australian system In anticipation of a day of freshies I was optimistic and bought out the 190 Gotamas I was 50 right 50 of the time there were wonderful wind blown drifts the rest of the time we were skiing on sheet ice The wind was gale force and I was surprised they managed to keep Crackenback open all day The Bluff was surreal there was so much spindrift you couldn t see the start of the run but you quickly dropped below it and had perfect vision in boot deep snow that was refreshed after each lap shame about the icy off piste ruts below though Telemarkers in the mist Pipo Tony and Kate A very soggy Friday Flat The rain made Rocky a bit manic Big patches under Gunbarrel Closed like all of the other T Bars Sunbrowner

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  • Monthly archive | Telemark Phat
    Review Report Community About Login With Monthly archive August 2013 6 October 2013 1 June 2014 1 July 2014 1 August 2014 1 October 2014 2 June 2015 1 August 2015 1 September 2015 9 October 2015 2 Pages first

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  • Telemark Phat | Telemark Skiing in Australia
    line 2040 of home telemark public html includes common inc Warning date format expects parameter 1 to be DateTimeInterface boolean given in format date line 2050 of home telemark public html includes common inc You are here Monthly archive Old Site Learn Review Report Community About Login With Monthly archive August 2013 6 October 2013 1 June 2014 1 July 2014 1 August 2014 1 October 2014 2 June 2015

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  • All New Telemark Phat! | Telemark Phat
    do while I move the content over In the meantime you can still access the old static content in the menu on the left or by clicking on one of the links below LearnReviewReportCommunityAboutHopefully this season no one will have a season ender Add new comment Your name Subject Comment More information about text formats Plain text No HTML tags allowed Web page addresses and e mail addresses turn into

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  • Perisher Report 17/06/2012 | Telemark Phat
    of lift rides and we were at apparently a secret stash at the top of the cleft One snowboarder had traversed across the middle of the run other than that it was all ours 5 10cm of windblown with patches of crust in between Front Valley with a good cover First tracks on The Cleft by Tony Scruff enjoying his first run on The Cleft We had two runs before a quick break where we ran into Ruth Loellgen A Swiss skier who normally spends her winters in Chamonix She had been skiing with at Zali s and had had an average morning After some cajoling we convinced her to come out with us to hit up the freshies We had another great run down the Cleft and decided to try our luck on the Powder Bowl More great turns were had I finished up for the day after this but Tony and Scruff got another couple of runs in before heading home I even overheard Ruth asking Tony if the skiing was this good every day in Australia Tony in the Powder Bowl Ruth lovin the early season freshies We were all surprised not on only by how good

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/report/06182012-1910?page=1 (2016-02-09)
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  • Mt Tate 20/06/2012 | Telemark Phat
    I booted it The bridge was still out from last season and there wasn t much cover above it so I spent the nex 20min looking for a safe crossing The previous nights frost had covered most of the steppingstones with a nice film of ice Bightly coloured mobile bins at the Guthega Car Park Guthega and Twig The snow was rock hard on the other side of the creek so I kept booting it Once the terrain started to flatten out near the tree line I decided to change to skinning This turned out to be a big mistake These previously untried skins didn t grip well on the icy crust and I slipped on my second step tumbled and slid for about 100m I had to fend off a rock at the start of the slide and got air off three of the lumps I travelled over on the way down When I came to a rest I was still attached to one ski my first NTN release and I still had one stock I got some good gravel rash on my bare hands and I had a sore rib cage I think it was just a cartelige tear since it does not hurt enough for a fractured rib Since I doubted my ability to asses my injuries while buzzing with adrenaline I decided to head home rather than get caught out injured if the weather came in as forecast My slide started about 5m above the rock at the top of the frame Each crater in the snow was a drop of a metre I stopped where my bag and skis are Guthega panorama taken on the way home Hopefully the forecast snow for this weekend will be more forgiving than the ice was today NSW BC

    Original URL path: http://www.telemarkphat.org/report/nsw-bc/06202012-1732?page=1 (2016-02-09)
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