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Mar 26

Film: Retro Really Good Friday

Really Good Friday from AdventureSkier on Vimeo. All this sunshine and corn snow has got us day dreaming about Easter weekend a few years back in Vermont’s Mad River Valley. It’s fun to relive the speed-checking-face-shot-tail-slap maneuvers in the latter half of the clip, too… Enjoy -Brian LIKE AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Dec 08

Film: Shared Lines – The VT Backcountry Alliance

Shared Lines: The Vermont Backcountry Alliance from T-Bar Films on Vimeo. Check out this recent release of T-Bar Films’ latest short film, which won the Best of Grassroots award from the Winter Wildlands’ Alliance Backcountry Film Festival, in Fall 2015. The film touches highlights the emergence of the Vermont Backcountry Alliance (VTBC), a new program …

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Jun 26

Photo of the Week: Summer Faceshots

After one of longest runs of consecutive powder days we’ve experienced in Vermont (60 days!), and now one of the best runs of summer powder conditions in recent memory (thank you rain!), 2015 will leave us with happy memories to reflect upon for generations to come. Not surprisingly, we’ve got another inch or two of …

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Jun 13

Photo of the Week – Imagine If All This Rain Was SNOW

And by the looks of the rainy forecast, it might be worth clearing out the schedule for Monday, too… Let it rain. Brian LIKE AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Mar 18

Photo of the Week: Forrest Flying

Yes, forest is usually spelled with one “r”, but in this case, it’s our friend Forrest we’re talking about here. Forrest likes to fly when descending a deeply snow covered and relatively steep hardwood forest, especially when there’s an abundance of flight-assisting ledges, downed trees and boulders scattered about…and especially when it’s mid March – …

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