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Aug 17

Photo of the Week: Scouting Tree Lines in Vermont’s Green Mountains

Now that the clouds of bugs from early summer have dissipated, it’s a great time to be scouting and exploring tree lines close to home, while doing a bit of low-impact trail work along the way, too… This week’s led us to discover a beautiful and very steep creek line that spilled about 750′ vertical …

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Jul 01

Photo of the Week: Summer Dreams

There’s nothing like a few nights spent dreaming about winter to keep one cool through summer’s heat… -Brian

Apr 03

Photo of the Week: Don’t Forget the Umbrella

This past Saturday was a good day to take the umbrellas skiing with us. Scattered rain showers over the trailhead turned to a short lived downpour about ten minutes into our climb. Before long, as we had hoped, the rain transitioned to snow, piling up just enough to mask what would have been a relatively …

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Apr 06

2,000+ acres added to VT’s Camel’s Hump State Park

2,000+ acres added to VT’s Camel’s Hump State Park Public celebration slated for April 15 Editor’s Note: This 2000+ acres of newly conserved land makes this addition to VT’s state forest system even larger than the Bolton Valley backcountry lands conserved just a few years’ back. Local users of this area (including backcountry skiers, mountain …

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Mar 30

Closing Day for Ski Season on Katahdin

Tomorrow, March 31, is the closing day of the ski/winter season for Maine’s Baxter State Park…(If you head out tonight, you could probably be on the summit of Katahdin by noon Thursday.) Every year, starting April 1, the privately-owned park is left for Mother Nature to run her course, until late May. April would arguably …

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