Tag Archive: ice

Aug 27

Photo of the Week: Sisters Are Cool

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!

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 …

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Mar 09

Photo(s) of the Week: A Taste of Spring in the Alpine

Although it was gusting to 80mph atop Mt. Washington, NH on Friday, and temps were still in the teens across the north country at sunrise today (Saturday), Old Man Winter has handed the reins to his good friend Spring for the weekend – even in the alpine regions of the Northeast. Most solar aspects experienced …

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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 …

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Feb 13

Photo(s) of the Week: Fresh Tracks and Fresh Ice

The ice capping many ponds, lakes and slow-moving streams is as good as it gets right now in the Northeast, thanks especially to persistent cold temps and minimal snowfall at lower elevations. Meanwhile, a nice coat of powder snow, although seldom more than boot deep, continues to characterize the off-piste and backcountry skiing in the …

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