Matt DiBenedetto

Assistant Ski School Director at Wildcat Mountain

Location:
542 Route 16 Pinkham Notch, Gorham, New Hampshire, United States
Company:
Wildcat Mountain
HQ Phone:
(603) 466-5152

General Information

Affiliations

Board Member  - New England Telemark

Web References  

New England Telemark Instructors

Matt DiBenedetto
NET position NET Co-Director and founder, demo gear co-ordinator Matt has been in the ski business for over twenty years. First as an instructor, then assistant ski school director at Wildcat Mountain and now as co-director of New England Telemark as well as an avid telemark racer. When not working for NET Matt is a fantastic cook and professional chief as well as an experienced carpenter and builder. Matt lives with his wife, Suzie Beaulieus in a home that Matt has all but rebuilt and serves as one of two NET headquarters. Matt presently skis and races on Trabs.Prefered boots are the Crispi. 'New England Telemark Co-director, Matt DiBenedetto, is one of those skiers who stands out on the snow.

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DiBenedetto.He notes that an early sponsorship by N.H.-based Eastern Mountain Sports was what prompted that famous sporting gear company to feature telemark equipment in their stores.Now it's the only kind of skis they sell.DiBenedetto recommends that beginners try a shorter ski and not skimp on quality."Stelvio Freeride would be a good all-around ski,"he notes.Matt DiBenedetto has been in the ski business for more than 20 years - as an instructor, assistant ski school director at Wildcat Mountain and now as co-director of New England Telemark (NET).He's also an experienced carpenter who lives in a home he "all but rebuilt," which serves as one of two NET headquarters.

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"We put more people on the skis than any other organization in the U.S.," says Co-director Matt DiBenedetto.He notes that an early sponsorship by N.H.-based Eastern Mountain Sports was what prompted that famous sporting gear company to feature telemark equipment in their stores.Now it's the only kind of skis they sell.DiBenedetto recommends that beginners try a shorter ski and not skimp on quality."Stelvio Freeride would be a good all-around ski," he notes.Matt DiBenedetto has been in the ski business for more than 20 years - as an instructor, assistant ski school director at Wildcat Mountain and now as co-director of New England Telemark (NET).He's also an experienced carpenter who lives in a home he "all but rebuilt," which serves as one of two NET headquarters.

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