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  • Events | Telemark Phat
    on 4 July 2012 2 41pm Hey freeheelers we ve some great events lined up for you this winter Read more about Broken River 2012 Telemark Events Add new comment Pages first previous 1 2 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 1 August 2015 1

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  • Perisher | Telemark Phat
    spring thaw event and was flowing strong and high Front Valley had creeks running under and over the snow There were sheets of ice with water running over them Read more about A Shocking Day Perisher Report 19 03 13 Add new comment Perisher Report 13 07 2013 Submitted by Richard Hocking on 13 July 2013 12 00am After a weekend of Instructor training and a weekend of Nordic coaching I wanted some ski time for myself After a brief interruption with a request private I managed a quick skate around the 7 5km loop The Nordic Trails are holding up well considering the lack of snow There are a few hollows and some patches on the 5 with a very stick patch under the trees before the final corner The 7 was also good but had one section which required herring boning around on the first steep section after the steps Read more about Perisher Report 13 07 2013 Add new comment Perisher Report 18 05 2013 Submitted by Richard Hocking on 19 May 2013 4 36pm After a week of early season snow I knew I d only have a brief window for a pre season ski I headed up on Saturday Morning and I was surprised about the amount of snow which had fallen Perisher had a nice cover about 40cm worth and some solid drifts high up Perisher had the guns firing on Front Valley from the Mid Station and on the full length of Towers Front Valley was full of skidoos and I didn t have time to head out onto the main range so I drove up to Charlottes to have a look at Mt P International looked like a goer but I was wishing for more time when I got to the turning circle Mt Clarke looked stunning Read more about Perisher Report 18 05 2013 Add new comment Perisher Report 18 08 2012 Submitted by Richard Hocking on 20 August 2012 11 34pm After all of the snow which fell on Friday and some intelligence from friends I chose Guthega to get some freshies today Viveka started off her season with some lovely freshies down escape At the Blue Calf T we met up with Mark and Mic and did a couple of laps down Basinski before we became frustrated with the growing ques on the Blue Calf T and the late opening of the Blue Cow T so we had a run through the trees to the bottom of the Car Park Double There were some great knee deep drifts to be found Read more about Perisher Report 18 08 2012 Add new comment Perisher Report 07 08 07 2012 Submitted by Richard Hocking on 9 July 2012 7 20pm What a weekend there isn t much more to say really but I ll try anyway Saturday morning was cold calm and bluebird Masters training was the call of the day which we spent freeskiing powder piggin in the morning with

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  • Thredbo | Telemark Phat
    of me for future manuals and for my workshops at Intertele and Interski next year We also ran into Angus Farquarson and had a great day zooming about in springlike weather on some great firm groomers Read more about Fun in the Sun Thredbo 08 08 2014 Add new comment A Sic day with the SICos Thredbo Report 27 07 2013 Submitted by Richard Hocking on 27 July 2013 10 07pm I love it when I get to ski at Thredbo my childhood ski holidays were always at Thredbo and the place is full of memories of childhood mischief teenage mischief adult mischief and the dual edged sword of joy and despair which is a part of the life of anyone who regularly skis in Australia As a Perisher skier these days I take great pleasure in the long consistent fall lines at Thredbo and getting to sidle up to the better class of skier one finds in Thredbo Darrrling Up high it was cold and the wind built up throughout the day Read more about A Sic day with the SICos Thredbo Report 27 07 2013 Add new comment Pages first previous 1 2 Old Site Learn Review Report

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  • Telemark Phat.Telemark skiing in Australia - How to mount telemark bindings onto skis (page 2)
    Divide the chord length of the ski by two to calculate chord centre Measure your boot midsole Measure chord from the tip of the ski down its length to the tip of the tail or the end of the skis running surface Now with these numbers you can measure out some mounting positions For boot midsole measure your boots midsole length forward of the centre line marked on the skis This is the boot midsole pin line you will match your template up to if you use this method To measure out chord centre measure the chord centre distance back from the tip of the ski to make your pins on chord centre marks Measure the marks on each ski from the ski tip and make sure the marks are on the same position on each ski Finally stand your skis against a wall to make sure your markings are on the same position on each ski Midsole Pins on chord centre and pins on midsole markings Another shot of first tracks goodness After measuring and checking your pin lines it comes time to decide where to put the bindings Most of the time chord centre and boot midsole will work out putting your binding in roughly the same position If there is not much difference I normally yield to the manufacturer s recommendation With these skis there was a large difference midsole was 5cm forward of chord centre Before removing the alpine bindings I put my old alpine boot into them and the manufacturers mark matched the midsole of my boot well so I went with the manufacturer s recommendation If there is a big difference you can cut your losses and go in the middle or chose a point in the range of measurements As a general rule

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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 July 2008 2 August 2010 1 September 2010 3 November 2010 1 June 2012 5 July 2012 6 August 2012

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  • Learn | Telemark Phat
    with this term 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 1 August 2015 1 September 2015

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  • Telemark Phat.Telemark skiing in Australia - How to mount telemark bindings onto skis (page 3)
    4 1mm bit Standard ski drill bits Be sure to drill straight down into the ski When you drill be careful you are drilling straight down into the ski Once you have drilled each hole in the ski hold the ski upside down and tap it to get all of the debris out of the holes Once you have drilled both skis line them up and check all of your holes are in the same place Metal shavings like these mean you need to use a 4 1mm drill bit Check all of your holes are in the same place on each ski Now remove the tape from the area of the ski the toe piece of the binding will cover If the ski had metal in it you will need to tap it with a 12 AD ski tap Only turn the tap 2 or 3 times You only want to make a thread in the metal top sheet not the core of the ski Another shot of first tracks goodness Another shot of first tracks goodness Step 6 Screw the Binding toepiece into the ski Before you do anything the first thing you need to do is make sure your binding screws are not too long If they are too long they will wither form little mounds on your bases or go right through the base of your ski Screw a screw all the way into one of the front holes on your bindings toe piece Place it by the side wall of your ski next to one of the forward holes you have drilled The screw should reach no lower than the top of the edge If it is any lower you will need to either file down the screws or get shorter binding screws Voile is

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