Tag Archive: dylan

Jan 05

Photo of the Week: Cold, Smokey Friday

Between the rather persistent cycles of not-so-snowy weather, Northeast skiers have been treated to some truly beautiful shallow-powder days this season. Unusually cold temperatures have accompanied most of these fresh snow days, giving the snow an especially cold and smokey consistency – and the appearance that it’s a lot deeper than it actually is. Last …

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Apr 05

Photo(s) of the Week: Winter’s Last Gasp?

Old Man Winter’s resiliency continued to produce excellent skiing at all elevations this past week. Whether skiing fresh powder in the higher elevations (thanks to 2-12″ of snow falling Mon pm – Weds am), taking shelter from the cold wind and snow squalls, or skiing corn on some of the last remnant pasture lines lower …

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Feb 20

Chickering-Ayers Boys, Vermonters, Win US Extremes

Update 1/21am: Head to this link for some highlights from the final day at the event. Brothers Lars and Silas Chickering-Ayers, who were raised skiing Vermont’s Mad River Glen, skied away with first and third place finishes, respectively, at this year’s US Freeskiing Extremes in Crested Butte this past weekend. Their wins follow Lars’ first …

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Nov 26

Northeastern Skiers on Tour: Dylan Crossman

Our friend Dylan Crossman grew up skiing in Vermont’s Green Mountains and Mad River Glen, and after moving out west to explore his love for skiing, he went on to dominate the competitive telemark (and later the alpine) big-mountain/freeskiing scene – winning the US Telemark Extremes on FIVE times, and in 2008, skiing away with …

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Jan 30

Adventures with Vermonter Dylan Crossman

We caught up with our friend Dylan Crossman a few days ago – not in Vermont, but on our last day in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, at Alta Ski Area, at the tail end of a nearly 100″ snow cycle. Dylan, who grew up skiing Vermont’s Mad River Glen, dominated the US Telemark Freeskiing Extremes in …

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