Brian Mohr

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Name: Brian Mohr
Date registered: January 16, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Photo of the Week: Scouting Tree Lines in Vermont’s Green Mountains — August 17, 2017
  2. Photo of the Week: Summer Dreams — July 1, 2017
  3. Photo of the Week: Vasu Sojitra — April 10, 2014
  4. Photo of the Week: Camo Skier — April 1, 2014
  5. Photo of the Week: Blower — March 23, 2014

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  1. Photo of the Week: There’s No Powder in Vermont — 2 comments

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Aug 17

Photo of the Week: Scouting Tree Lines in Vermont’s Green Mountains

Now that the clouds of bugs from early summer have dissipated, it’s a great time to be scouting and exploring tree lines close to home, while doing a bit of low-impact trail work along the way, too… This week’s led us to discover a beautiful and very steep creek line that spilled about 750′ vertical …

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Jul 01

Photo of the Week: Summer Dreams

There’s nothing like a few nights spent dreaming about winter to keep one cool through summer’s heat… -Brian

Apr 10

Photo of the Week: Vasu Sojitra

Vasu Sojitra is one of the strongest and most stoked skiers we’ve ever come across. We bumped into him a few times in Vermont this winter, and we finally had a chance to share some runs together with him last week up at Mad River Glen. After growing up in the Northeast and recently graduating …

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Apr 01

Photo of the Week: Camo Skier

This past week wrapped up another one of the greatest stretches of Northeast powder skiing in recent memory. And even as our precious powder gave way to last weekend’s not-so-powdery storm (although the High Peaks of the Dacks scored 12″+), the skiing was still surprisingly sweet for those who headed for the mountains anyway…(below the …

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Mar 23

Photo of the Week: Blower

Winter reached an unforgettable crescendo over the weekend after 10-20″+ of perfect-density powder snow piled up in the preceding 48 hours across many high elevation Northeastern locales. In the most snow-catching and wind-loaded drainages and gulleys, the snow was nearly bottomless…and blower – billowing well overhead and blinding anyone following behind you. Here’s a quick …

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