Off Piste in Northern New Hampshire
Blue skies, calm winds, and a recent dusting of snow lured us to the high country of northern New Hampshire earlier this week. Snow conditions at and above treeline were about what we expected – a wonderful late-winter mix that included shin deep powder, rime-coated crust and even some late day corn. We enjoyed the mountains at a relaxing pace – taking plenty of time to soak up the beauty and scale of some of the northeast’s highest mountains – while logging a few adventurous ski descents.
Heading up under the morning sun.
And make sure to brake for moose, too.
Ian enjoying a fine layer of edgable rime.
Emily skis some sheltered morning powder.
Marta soaking up the sunshine and beauty of the day…
…and a few nice turns, too.
Posted by admin
on Mar 18th, 2011 and filed under Latest Posts
, Trip Reports
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