Such racing hearkens back to skiing’s early years, when skiers challenged the mountain both up and down, without the help of chairlifts.
Using climbing “skins” with bindings that free the heel for ascents yet allow fixed-heel downhill skiing sans skins for the descents, racers start at the base of the mountain, ascend it, then descend it, as fast as possible, over multiple laps, up to 6,000' cumulative vertical, in the truest test of the most complete skier overall.
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