Tag Archive: green mountains

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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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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Oct 14

Photo of the Week: Powder for Breakfast

Eamon Duane - Skiing powder in theGreen Mountains, Vermont - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto.com

Mad River Glen skier and Freeskiing Coach, Eamon Duane, enjoys a little morning powder for breakfast, under the dim light of sunrise on a very stormy winter morning in Vermont. It won’t be long now… LINK to “Like” AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Jul 14

Photo(s) of the Week: Summer Ski Check

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

Especially during these toasty warm days of mid-summer, it’s refreshing to pull out the skis now and then, make sure the red squirrels aren’t chewing the bindings to pieces, and even slide around on them a little bit – be it on a rain soaked hillside, around the yard, or better yet, on the fast …

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