Category Archive: Fresh Tracks

Nov 09

ALERT: Support Needed for Backcountry Ski Trails in the Adirondacks – *Dec. 5th Deadline*

Backcountry skiing and riding - Adirondacks / High Peaks Region - New York, USA

**Note: Please take a minute to comment today. Deadline for comments is Dec 5th** If you’ve ever spent time hiking, backcountry skiing/riding, climbing or camping in the Adirondacks, you know how rugged, vast and beautiful the region is. And while there is a relative abundance of backcountry skiing options in the Adirondacks, including the High …

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Aug 06

NEWS: Vermont Backcountry Alliance(VTBC) Takes Next Steps

NEWS RELEASE Vermont Backcountry Alliance Takes Next Steps Alliance joins the Catamount Trail Association; New backcountry zones proposed; Fall backcountry forum planned For Immediate Release: Aug 5, 2014 Contacts: Brian Mohr / VTBC ph 802-989-0570 / email: brian@vtbc.org Amy Kelsey/ Catamount Trail Association (CTA) ph 802-864-5794/email: akelsey@catamounttrail.org Info: vtbc.org, catamounttrail.org Green Mountains, VT – In …

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Feb 18

Photo of the Week: Valentine’s Day Storm

The 2014 Valentine’s Day Storm dumped as much as 30″ of snow across areas of Vermont and the Northeast – coating the region with a much needed base layer of snow, bringing skiing in the steeps back to life, and giving skiers like 13 yr old Turner Barbour (photo) a taste of some of the …

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Nov 10

Vermont Backcountry Ski Forum – Thurs. 11/14/13 in Rochester, VT

Don’t miss what promises to be a great discussion around the future of backcountry skiing and riding in Vermont and beyond. Thank you RASTA and to all those attending and involved! Ski you there! – Brian LINK to “Like” AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Oct 25

Photo of the Week: Beautiful October Snow

Old Man Winter paid us a visit again in the Northeast this week, and although he’s not here to stay for the winter quite yet, he did give us a very nice taste of the season ahead. A good 6″+ piled up along the highest elevations of the northern Green Mountains and Adirondacks, with snow …

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