Offset Falline

An offset falline exists when a trail is tilted to the side.  On such a trail, if a skier were to ski the falline they would not travel straight down the trail.  Instead, they would ski diagonally down the hill and off the edge of the trail.   When skiing down a trail with an offset falline, turns in one direction feel as though the hill is banked, and when turning the opposite direction it feels as though the hill is falling away from you.  Skiing an offset falline tests your ability to quickly alter how you edge and angulate from turn to turn.