Tag Archive: andy weis

Jul 07

Photo of the Week: Cold, Refreshing Winter Dreams

I’ve happily dreamed twice this week of some truly beautiful powder skiing right here in the Northeast. One dream involved a crew of us skiing impossibly deep, stable and untracked powder snow down Tuckerman’s Ravine most classic lines. Dreamy, really dreamy, no doubt. Before long, another storm moved in and it was time to wake …

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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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Jun 04

Photo of the Week: February Flashback

The cooler temps late this week have led to sightings of light snow at higher elevations, and have had us reflecting on the incredible winter of 2010-11. Here’s an image of Andy Weis – one of the coaches for the Mad River Glen Freeride Team and the new trail director for Fellowship of the Wheel …

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