Category Archive: Northeastern Skiers

Jan 27

Northeast Skiers/Riders On Tour: 2 Week Old Utah Powder

Although it hasn’t snowed over Utah’s Wasatch Mountains for two weeks, Matt Bruhns of Waterbury, Vermont still managed to hide behind the curtain for a few turns off Kessler Peak over the weekend. We shared a fun tour with Matt after a couple of afternoons spent attending an outdoor industry tradeshow in Salt Lake City. …

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Feb 13

Photo(s) of the Week: Fresh Tracks and Fresh Ice

The ice capping many ponds, lakes and slow-moving streams is as good as it gets right now in the Northeast, thanks especially to persistent cold temps and minimal snowfall at lower elevations. Meanwhile, a nice coat of powder snow, although seldom more than boot deep, continues to characterize the off-piste and backcountry skiing in the …

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Mar 27

Northeast Skiers on Tour: Iceland Anyone?

Our Vermont friends Pennie Rand and Poppy Gall have organized two backcountry skiing adventures in Iceland this April. One trip (which is full) is an all-ladies trip, while a second trip (co-ed / April 22-29) still has a few spots remaining. If you are feeling rather spontaneous and would like to treat yourself to the …

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Feb 20

Chickering-Ayers Boys, Vermonters, Win US Extremes

Update 1/21am: Head to this link for some highlights from the final day at the event. Brothers Lars and Silas Chickering-Ayers, who were raised skiing Vermont’s Mad River Glen, skied away with first and third place finishes, respectively, at this year’s US Freeskiing Extremes in Crested Butte this past weekend. Their wins follow Lars’ first …

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Feb 03

Northeast Skiers on Tour: Brennan Severance

It was nearly ten years ago when we first ran into our good friend Brennan Severance (aka “The Leather Booted Ripper”) while sniffing out a nice powder stash somewhere along Vermont’s Long Trail. Since then, we’ve enjoyed countless ski adventures with Brennan across the northeast U.S., on Quebec’s Gaspe Peninsula, Alaska’s Kenai and in East …

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Nov 26

Northeastern Skiers on Tour: Dylan Crossman

Our friend Dylan Crossman grew up skiing in Vermont’s Green Mountains and Mad River Glen, and after moving out west to explore his love for skiing, he went on to dominate the competitive telemark (and later the alpine) big-mountain/freeskiing scene – winning the US Telemark Extremes on FIVE times, and in 2008, skiing away with …

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