Tag Archive: deep

Nov 04

Photo of the Week: Binding Deep

Green Mountains, Vermont

Does it really matter how deep the snow is? In November, in Vermont…nope, it doesn’t. With as much as 20″ of snow falling in parts of North Carolina, and Maine, stoke was running high this past weekend. Locally, we picked up an inch or two, and that was all we needed. With plenty of fossil-fueled …

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Oct 14

Photo of the Week: Powder for Breakfast

Eamon Duane - Skiing powder in theGreen Mountains, Vermont - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto.com

Mad River Glen skier and Freeskiing Coach, Eamon Duane, enjoys a little morning powder for breakfast, under the dim light of sunrise on a very stormy winter morning in Vermont. It won’t be long now… LINK to “Like” AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Sep 23

Photo of the Week: More Summer Powder Days

Thanks to an impressive string of well-aligned tropical storms in the north Atlantic this summer, the temptation to head for the southern Andes has been minimal. Four of the five major tropical systems (Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal and Edouardo) produced overhead surf (summer powder) conditions for many northeast locations, during their passage offshore. And several of …

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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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