Tag Archive: forgays

Feb 27

Photo of the Week: Green Mountain Gold

The new snow we picked up late last week and weekend (16″+ in some areas) set us up for a beautiful stretch of skiing over this past week in Vermont, especially in our more sheltered, upper-elevation forests. Steeper lines characterized by narrow drainages, rocky ledges and frozen waterfalls are in rare form right now, and …

Continue reading »

Dec 28

Photo of the Week: Christmas Week Storm

The Christmas Week Storm has delivered one of the greatest gifts imaginable this week, and snow-lovers across the Northeast are making the most of it in so many ways – by building snow forts, by enjoying turns with family and friends, or by sliding into the White Room wherever the terrain is steep and the …

Continue reading »

Dec 21

Photo of the Week: Misty Sunrise… and Happy Winter!

After several days of persistent snow, wet snow, fog, freezing fog, sleet, mist and more snow in the mountains, the sun finally shined for a few hours Thursday morning upon the highest elevations of the Northeast. By mid afternoon Thursday, clouds and snow enveloped our mountain tops once again, where we expect them to remain …

Continue reading »

Mar 08

Adirondack High

As we shared a couple of weeks back (link), the late-winter snow pack in the Adirondacks has been luring us to explore some of the many new landslide paths created by Tropical Storm Irene last August. And after several recent adventures in the Dacks, it’s become clear that Irene has dramatically expanded the scope of …

Continue reading »

Feb 23

Get Out There and Ski!

While many folks across the northeast woke up to rain and sleet Thursday morning, winter continues to charge away in the mountains – in the same way it has been all season: one snowflake at a time. Skiers were treated to a very healthy serving of snow across the Dacks and northern Vermont, New Hampshire …

Continue reading »

Older posts «