Tag Archive: fluff

Jul 16

Photo of the Week: Another 2011-12 Season Flashback

We’re having regular flashbacks to the 2011-12 season here at AdventureSkier headquarters, with this image stirring especially vibrant memories of the season’s biggest dump, which put down up to a few feet of super fluff across the higher elevations of the north country just a couple of days earlier. Those were good days, and good …

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Jan 20

Photo of the Week: Mad Pow Disease

Last week’s storm infected countless skiers across the Northeast with an unusual strain of Mad Pow Disease. Skier Justin Woods Chapman was especially hard hit by its symptoms. With more fresh snow across the northeast today and this weekend, Justin’s going to be hard pressed to make a full recovery…but we’re confident he’ll pull through. …

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Jan 15

Photo of the Week: Green Mountain Gold

Ian Forgays comes up for a breath, high above Vermont’s Mad River Valley. Need we say more?

Jan 11

Why We Love Old Man Winter

While the January Thaw earlier this month hooked us up with a few pleasant, spring-like days, it also wiped out a good bit of our already thin snow pack. Then, while out skiing a few meager pasture strips last Tuesday (see first image below), snowflakes started to fly once again. It was as if Old …

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Jan 07

Photo of the Week: Fluff-on-Crust

We’ve picked up 2-12″ of fresh fluff in the higher elevations of the northeast this week, and as the image here illustrates, there is some beautiful fresh snow starting to pile up in places. However, there’s not much under it…so take it slow, and pray for even more snow. With some luck, we should pick …

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