Yes however in alpine skiing you tend to be in the Alps and no uphill cross country skiing is involved
In the Alps in the 1880:s
In the 1880:s in the Alps.
In the Alps in the 1880:s.
No, it began in the Alps.
In the Alps in the 1880:s.
I think skiing started in Scandinavia as a mode of transport. Sandre Norheim of Norway is known as the father of modern skiing and was considered one of the best skiers at jumping, parallel, and Telemark style turning during the 1800's. From there, skiing was brought to the Alps and the US. Skiing might have been invented separately in China, but I'm not sure about that. Alpine skiing came around in the Alps in the 1880:s.
alpine skiing in the Olympics is a race and regular alpine skiing is recreational.
Because can do skiing and they can do bike riding....(!) :) The main thing to do in the Alps is skiing. There are other things to do such as Ride bikes, Walk, climb, see wildlife, visit alpine villages, site see, or even go swimming in a lake.
For Alpine skiing need Balance.
Alpine is the proper adjective for Alps.
Alpine skiing is for both guys and girls.
It can be. Alpine skiing means downhill skiing while nordic skiing is cross-country skiing. Freestyle is part of alpine, but instead of just going down the mountain freestyle is specifially jumps, grinds tricks etc.
The word 'alpine' (or Alpine) is the adjective form of the proper noun Alps (The Alps is a mountain range in Europe).The adjective 'alpine' describes a noun as of or from The Alps region.
"Alpine" means of, relating to or inhabiting mountains, or, with regard to skiing, the branches of skiing incorporating slalom and downhill - in comparison with Nordic skiing.
Bode Miller Alpine Skiing happened in 2006.
Usually in the Alps, the Pyrenees, or the Jura mountains for alpine skiing. The Massif Central and the Vosges are also popular, but mainly for Nordic skiing. French skiers may also go to neighboring countries like Switzerland.
Animals and people lives on the Alps. There are hares and Alpine Salamanders, Alpine Apollo Butterfly, and many more.
Bode Miller Alpine Skiing was created on 2006-02-06.
Of course! There is nordic skiing, mostly on flatland and then there is alpine, the more popular, successful side of the sport.
Downhill or Alpine skiing, is a sport in which you ride a chair lift up a mountain and put two planks on your feet. You then slide down on your "skis". There are different kinds of alpine skiing including: freestyle skiing (doing tricks) alpine racing (skiing as fast as you can around gates), and just going out to have fun!
Yes it absolutely is!
One can go alpine skiing anywhere with a steep downhill slope such as the mountains in Denver, Colorado or Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs. Alpine Skiing can pretty much be done anywhere with a steep hill.
Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Free-Style Skiing, Ski Jumping