Christopher Del Sole has been a certified snowboard instructor at Okemo Mountain Resort since 2003. He has spent more than 500 days on snow since 1999.
Christopher Del Sole has been snowboarding since 2000, spending an average of 75 days each season on snow. He has been teaching snowboarders of all ages and abilities since 2003, and he was certified by the American Association of Snowboard Instructors in 2005. He also spent several years working at a ski and snowboard shop in Connecticut as a sales associate and tuning technician. A member of the North American Snowsports Journalists Association (NASJA) and the Eastern Ski Writers Association (ESWA), Chris resides in New England.
By Christopher Del Sole:
After skiing for nearly two decades, I finally took the plunge and learned to snowboard while in college during the winter of 2000. Needless to say, I haven't looked back since! I became a snowboard instructor at Okemo Mountain Resort in 2003, and have spent my weekends and holidays teaching snowboarders of all ages ever since. Although I've never surfed, I equate the feeling of snowboarding to that of surfing the snow. When I'm not "surfing the snow," I enjoy golf, mountain biking, fishing, hiking, and generally being outdoors. My passion for snowsports eventually led me here, where I hope to spread the stoke far and wide!