ski tow

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n ski tow a powered conveyance that carries skiers up a hill
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Usage


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I've towed a ski boat, wave runner and a dingy and it has done a fine job on all.
The Kachemak Ski Club (not to be confused with the Kachemak Nordic Ski Club) is an all-volunteer group that runs the Ohlson Mountain rope tow every Sunday when conditions allow.
From Loveland's Rope Tow to Beaver Creek's Terrain Park: How Colorado's Ski Industry Has Grown.
I did not learn how to splice rope from 4-H but in helping my father splice ski-tow rope in about 1935.
Two of the area's water ski clubs have shows this week and next before hanging up their tow lines for the year.
There was not a single flake of snow visible at Living Memorial Park , but a group of about 20 met to get the ski tow ready for the upcoming season.
Juneau police are still trying to piece together a picture of what happened last Saturday at Auke Lake when an inner tube being towed by a jet ski was struck by another jet ski, resulting in the death of a 16-year-old girl.
Members have a love for dogs and want to build a working relationship with them in a sports arena by using them to tow a sled , cart or person on skis.
Not having skied for 20 years and with first time skiers (daughters Anna (age 10) & Emily (age 7) in tow we opted for the first time skier's package.
There was not a single flake of snow visible at Living Memorial Park, but a group of about 20 met to get the ski tow ready for the upcoming season.
Like a tow pylon on steroids, towers raise the attachment point of your towrope, eliminating the downward pull that goes hand-in-hand with transom-mounted eyes or traditional ski pylons.
In lieu of towering ski lodges and tiny children toppling into tree wells were cozy cabins and locals cruising on snowmobiles with happy dogs galloping in tow.
One of the first to develop tow-in surfing in the mid 1990s at the famous "Jaws" break, Kalama was pulled by a jet-ski into 60-foot monsters, only to emerge purified, ecstatic.
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