Tag Archive: fun

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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Dec 04

Photo of the Week: Thanksgiving Leftovers

Green Mountains, Vermont, USA┬ęBrian 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 09

ALERT: Support Needed for Backcountry Ski Trails in the Adirondacks – *Dec. 5th Deadline*

Backcountry skiing and riding - Adirondacks / High Peaks Region - New York, USA

**Note: Please take a minute to comment today. Deadline for comments is Dec 5th** If you’ve ever spent time hiking, backcountry skiing/riding, climbing or camping in the Adirondacks, you know how rugged, vast and beautiful the region is. And while there is a relative abundance of backcountry skiing options in the Adirondacks, including the High …

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Nov 04

Photo of the Week: Binding Deep

Green Mountains, Vermont

Does it really matter how deep the snow is? In November, in Vermont…nope, it doesn’t. With as much as 20″ of snow falling in parts of North Carolina, and Maine, stoke was running high this past weekend. Locally, we picked up an inch or two, and that was all we needed. With plenty of fossil-fueled …

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Oct 24

Photo(s) of the Week: Dreaming of a White Halloween

Green Mountains, VT

While a heavy dusting of snow lured at least a few of us into the mountains last weekend, some beautiful surf out on the coast, courtesy of Hurricane Gonzalo, kept many of us out of the mountains altogether. Fast grass? Or chest to head high peelers? Either way, it was hard to go wrong. Some …

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