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Aug 27

Photo of the Week: Sisters Are Cool

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Skier: Lindsay Mohr Curry Sisters are cool…especially when they can rip knee-deep dust-on-crust in some of our favorite Green Mountain steeps. – Brian LIKE AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Apr 02

Photo of the Week: Saying Farewell to Winter

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Even with mountain snowfall in the forecast for Friday night into Saturday – and next week, too – there’s no doubt that Spring is finally here. With this past Monday night’s fresh snow, and then relatively cold, powder-preserving temps prevailing through mid week, Wednesday shaped up to be one last fantastic day to be out …

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Mar 26

Photo of the Week: “Time to Ski, Dadda”

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Our two year old daughter, Maiana Snow, prepares for some top-of-the-mountain ski time after riding on her dadda’s back into a favorite powder stash along Vermont’s Green Mountain divide. After a skiing a few mellow pitches b/w our legs, or those of her good buddy Ian (see second photo), or whoever else is along that …

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Mar 10

Photo of the Week: Sunset Session

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Two months into an unforgettable run of beautiful powder skiing here in Vermont’s Green Mountains, Dave Bouchard slides into a nice one – still as stoked as if he hadn’t seen it snow in weeks. For the first time since late December?, temps climbed above the freezing mark in the mountains today. All but the …

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Jan 11

Photo of the Week: Dust on Crust at its Finest

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LIKE AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks! It’s been a beautiful week of dust-on-crust skiing in most locations. The flakes have been piling up one little snow squall at a time, and it seems like this pattern should keep up for at least the week ahead, too. Untracked low to medium angle terrain b/w 2000-3000′ is especially …

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