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Grass skiing, skiing on grass, is a training method for alpine skiing and an established sport of its own. The skis used for grass skiing are short with rolling treads or wheels. These skis are attached to the skiers' boots. Depending on the skill of the grass skier, high speeds and jumps can be navigated.
Originally, skis used in grass skiing were like rolling treads attached to the ski boots. Currently there are two types of skis used in grass skiing. These are the wheeled models and the tracked ones. The wheeled model can be used in various terrains and for freestyle skiing and off-piste skiing. The tracked model on the other hand is specifically designed to be used on grass slopes.
- Mountain boarding, skateboards made for off-road downhill skating, similar to snowboarding.
- Mountain Blading, in-line skates with inflatable wheels that are made for off-road downhill skating.