Definition of grass ski in English:

grass ski

Line breaks: grass ski

noun

Each of a pair of devices resembling caterpillar tracks, worn on the feet for going down grass-covered slopes as if on skis.
More example sentences
  • They also ran a grass ski club, managed a Club in Lesotho and both instructed for the Red Devil ski school in Austria.
  • I was there in the summer and there were some downhill skiers training on grass skis so I asked if I could have a go.
  • However, grass skis are designed to function on grass, not on snow.

Derivatives

grass skiing

noun
More example sentences
  • ‘At a typical camp we will take the children sailing, swimming and canoeing, do some archery and grass skiing, and cool our heels with a disco in the evening,’ said Carroll.
  • Activities are conducted by trained instructors and include canoeing, sailing, grass skiing, archery, bike safety, snorkelling, swimming, craft, abseiling, beach activities and various games.
  • The grass skiing was a real team event with the shouts of left-right, left right, sounding like an army drill.

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