Thanks for all the above posts. These accidents are always so tragic yet avoidable if trained properly. I also always think about the double yellow line down the middle of the trail. Every time I catch myself with my left ski on or over the yellow line I give myself a strike. I hate it if I get one strike in a total days ride. Two strikes & it’s time to slow down & start practicing and reinforcing all my good riding skills. I taught all 3 of my kids the same thing. Also my right ski must be at the right berm on every right hand turn! Everyone cheats a little bit on left-hand turns. They are more difficult to make staying on your side of the trail. My right hand turn is the oncoming persons left hand turns. If I’m not hugging the right berm on my right turns & we know the person coming and making the left turn is cheating then Houston we have a problem! I can’t tell you how much damage on the right side from scratches from tree branches and broken right mirrors I’ve had on my sleds over the years. That’s because I try to keep my right ski at the right edge as much as I am humanly possibly capable of. That not only goes for right turns but for all my riding.