MaineLandCollabSwitch tele skiing - not that hard. Feels super fluid because when your skiing switch you usually want to lead your downhill ski while carving. With heels free you can drop your knee and lead it more.
I am sure this makes sense to anyone who free heel switch ski's.
I'm not sure if you do it backwards, but your explanation sounds backwards.(don't use uphill/downhill ski when describing turns because if you're skiing the fall line, a ski will be both at different points in a turn)
When tele skiing, you ALWAYS want to drop your inside leg. This means when switch, your inside ski is leading. The stagger is opposite that of switch alpine skiing(forward or switch).
This is if you're making switch tele-turns. If you're just switch skiing heels-down, then staggering your feet like an alpine skier works.