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Apr 01

Photo of the Week: Camo Skier

Green Mountains, Vermont, USA©Brian Mohr/ EmberPhoto - All rights reserved

This past week wrapped up another one of the greatest stretches of Northeast powder skiing in recent memory. And even as our precious powder gave way to last weekend’s not-so-powdery storm (although the High Peaks of the Dacks scored 12″+), the skiing was still surprisingly sweet for those who headed for the mountains anyway…(below the …

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Feb 26

Photo of the Week: Two Feet on the Roof

While sorting through some photographs from the mid-February storm cycle here in the Northeast, this one caught our eyes. It’s the view out a two foot by two foot domed skylight above the pantry in our home, while buried by more than two feet of freshly settled snow on the roof. It’s pretty cool to …

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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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Feb 08

Photo of the Week: Sweet Powder Snow

Wednesday’s storm treated many mountain areas of the Northeast to 6-12″ of fresh snow, and the off-piste skiing, especially, has improved dramatically. There’s still little to no base in many mid to lower elevation zones, but in some areas higher up, it’s finally starting to look a bit more like mid winter. Here’s an image …

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Nov 15

Photo of the Week: SNOWvember 2013

After a great week of skiing…on top of all of the other usual preparations for winter underway…we’re too wiped to say much this week. But the facts are simple… Approximately 12-30″ of progressively cold, fluffy powder fell upon the northern Green Mountains during this past week…with lesser amounts falling in the southern Greens, over the …

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Mar 15

Photo of the Week: March Madness and Why Ski Patrollers Rock

With up to foot of mountain snows accumulating in the first week of March, followed by a good dose of spring last weekend/early this week, and then another 6-16″ falling across the mountains over the past few days, the month of March is upholding its reputation as one of the snowiest months of the season …

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