Tag Archive: deep powder

Jan 12

Deep Powder and Yellow Birches

Just a week after winter had us more tempted to play pond hockey than to go skiing, we are once again up to our necks in snow. It suddenly seems as though all that “thin cover” skiing we’ve endured so far this season has been worth it after all. Here’s our good buddy Ian Forgays …

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Sep 03

Winter Waves

Winter is an endless source of photographic inspiration and natural beauty. Recently, while waiting in line for first chair at Alta, on a especially deep and fluffy powder day, we were lucky enough to connect with our friend Dylan Crossman – who grew up skiing in Vermont’s Mad River Valley. We enjoyed most of the …

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Sep 03

Winter Waves – Part 2

Our thoughts often go to the deepest, fluffiest powder days when we watch the tops of breaking waves get blown back to sea by a strong offshore breeze. Maybe the wind reminds us of Old Man Winter’s legendary howl and roar. Or perhaps surfing among these waves – floating in that fluid ocean as the …

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