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Dec 16

Photo of the Week: Deepcember 2014

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

It’s a sweet time to be sliding around on snow in the Northeast high country, especially in the areas that scored a solid 20-30″+ of right-side-up, cream-topped snow last week – as illustrated by the photo above. Even in many low elevation areas, it feels more like late February, than mid December, out there. Off-piste …

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Dec 11

Photo of the Week: WooHoooooo!!!

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

The snow gods are smiling. And it’s still snowing! 20…25…30″ and counting in many areas. Time for bed… -Brian LIKE AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Dec 04

Photo of the Week: Thanksgiving Leftovers

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

Ahhh…. What a week of natural snow skiing! Classic early-season New England. And changing by the day in such a fun way… Enjoy the moonlight skiing tonight (Thursday) and later in the weekend (after another round of snow falls Fri pm-Sat pm), too. -Brian LIKE AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Nov 21

Weekend Stoke: The Invisible Skier

Champlain Powder - Green Mountains, Vermont - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

It was a week full of powder storms in the higher elevations of Vermont and beyond. We even managed to spot the ever-elusive invisible skier. The intense snowfall must have temporarily short-circuited her cloaking device…Within moments, however, she disappeared again – with her tracks quickly disguised by the wind. Ski you out there. -Brian LIKE …

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Nov 18

Photo of the Week: Back(yard)country Ski Season Is Here

backyardcountry skiing, november, off piste, zero approach, marquettes

Thanks to a solid inch or two of fresh snow piling up close to home late last week, and with some well-worn Marquettes ready for action, we kicked off the backyardcountry ski season in style last weekend. The snow should be piling up in the higher elevations in the days ahead, with easily a foot …

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