Category Archive: Arctic

Jun 21

Photo of the Week: Mid-Summer Arctic Dreams

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Happy Summer Solstice everyone! We hope everyone is enjoying these longest and brightest days of the year…and that the nights b/w them filled with your wildest skiing dreams. (Does anyone else have vivid skiing dreams this time of year?) And here’s to living your wildest summer dreams… We captured this image while skiing and camping …

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May 21

Photo of the Week: Skiing to the Beach

With plenty of summer weather prevailing across the Northeast lately, and with plenty of ocean time under our belts lately, we’ve been thinking about the great times we’ve had skiing to the beach over the years. It’s not something we get to do very often, but it’s something we hope to do a lot more …

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Jun 20

Photo of the Week: Skiing on the Solstice

With our skiing options rather limited in the northeast, we headed north on June 20th a few years back to research a story about Iceland’s emerging backcountry skiing industry and explore a range of wild mountains towering over the Greenland Sea. Close to midnight on June 21, we shouldered our packs and set off into …

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Jun 10

Photo of the Week: Summer “Skiing”

“Hey, it’s pretty thin, but I think there’s a little snow over this way…” -Brian Follow this LINK to “Like” AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

May 28

Photo of the Week: From the Vault – 66 Degrees North

It’s that time of year again when the snow is all but gone here in the northeast US/Canada, and memories of past spring skiing adventures in some far off places have us day dreaming. Here’s an image Emily captured at midnight on May 30th a few years back…on the far reaches of Iceland’s wild West …

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Apr 29

Photo of the Week: Ode to Biking, Skiing…Norway

It was just a year ago this week that we and our friends Forrest Twombly and Tom Hite set off on an bicycle-powered skiing adventure through the coastal mountains of Arctic Norway. And while flowers bloom and our rivers flow with rain and snowmelt here in the northeast, the experience is fresh on our minds. …

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