Christina Lustenberger
Free Touring Team
[Canada]
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Christina Lustenberger

Born and raised in Invemere BC, my parents instilled a strong passion for the mountains in me. Competing on the Canadian Alpine Ski Team for six years, achieving top 10 World Cup results, and competing in the 2006 Winter Olympic Games were some of the highlights of my racing career.


Until the age of 24, traveling the world for ski racing was my life. I am now working as an ACMG assistant ski guide and Arc’teryx athlete during the winter months. My love for the mountains has opened up a life of opportunity and incredible experiences. Living out new adventures through skiing with great friends is something I hope to be able to do the rest of my life.

 

Random Facts

Gender: 
Female
Nickname: 
Lusti
Discipline: 
Ski Touring
ski mountaineering
King Pin
Top results: 
ACMG Assistant ski guide exam
2006 Olympic winter games
Nationality: 
Canada
Home: 
Invermere
Motto: 
Do what you love!

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RANDOM FACTS:

Home mountain:  Panorama BC
Height:  5"8
Favorite skier: My parents
Ideal day in the mountains: Blue bird, good stability, good friends.
How would you describe your style: I love the challenge of backcountry ski touring, steep, and fast
Your biggest breakthrough in your skiing career. Passing my ACMG assistant ski guide exam
Favorite place to ride: BC's backcountry, Chamonix, working at CMH heliskiing
Best snow trip: Chamonix spring 2013
What age did you start to ski: 2 or 3
What cant you live without: skiing
Favorite phone App. topo maps
Goals and plans: Continuing to push myself in the mountains both physically and mentally while progressing my skill set through experience. I want to Stay safe and ski fun lines that challenge me.

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