You can snow ski or water ski, but you are always ON the same thing- skis!
trust me the only way u can ski is on the water or in an indoor area
No, it is not. It is a verb (to ski, on snow or water), or a noun (one of the footboards used in skiing).
yes in wilmington thanks. from: Messi
Ski/snow = Cocaine
The correct spelling is ski (on snow or water), with the gerund form skiing.
Artificial snow was first used in 1952 in the Grossinger's Catskill Resort which is situated in the Catskill mountains in New York. The Arizona Snowbowl became the first resort to use artificial snow made entirely from effluent water in 2013.
Ski Wax basically helps the ski Glide better on snow. There are some different types of wax, but your basic wax (for skiing/ snowboarding) creates a layer on the base of your ski (or board) that helps maximize the the film of water that is created between your ski and the snow, helping it to go faster, in combination with the small grooves on the bottom of your ski. You can tell if you need wax or not, when the base of your skis starts going white, at the edges at first. There are different waxes for different snow temperatures, but you can mix these or buy 'all-round' wax.
Skiing is a winter sport. Yes, people can ski on snow using skis.