The winter is coming near so there are many interesting winter sports for you and your family to enjoy. Joining outside activities in the winter brings benefits for health and mental. One of winter sport you should try is horse skijoring. This article will guide to play this sport.
Overview about horse skijoring
Skijoring is a new sport which is combined between skiing on the snow and horse racing. Can you think what it happens when a skier is pulled by sled horse. The fact that horses have strong power so skiers can reach high speed as well support complicated skills like pulling off stunts until 56-foot long jump.
Who can play horse skijoring?
There are two kind of skiing: downhill and cross-country skiing. It has a little difference to compare to the variation and speed.
Both horse skijoring, you should be good shape to slide and navigate punishing turns of a horse-swung rope. Skiers have to use their strength to pull themselves on flat terrain without being pulled to forward into a face plant.
Where can play horse skijoring?
There are plenty places to join horse skijoring, including learning on theory and practice. Almost places around the U.S. and Europe, you are easy to find a perfect place for skiing.
For example, I recommend Montana’s Resort at Paws Up as the great destination. In this resort, they are available to offer hour-long sessions for $200 a person for a course. Whereas the Triple Creek Ranch only offers skijoring for guests with all skill levels as well equipment included. It is convenient to play it without preparing anything except your budget and spirit.
Another place in the French Alps, the Ranch El Colorado offers skijoring lessons with optional price from $33 to $175, depending on your demand and level