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Nov 21

Weekend Stoke: The Invisible Skier

It was a week full of powder storms in the higher elevations of Vermont and beyond. We even managed to spot the ever-elusive invisible skier. The intense snowfall must have temporarily short-circuited her cloaking device…Within moments, however, she disappeared again – with her tracks quickly disguised by the wind. Ski you out there. -Brian LIKE …

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Dec 17

Champlain Powder – In Black & White

Although snow squalls left us with a daily dose of fresh snow in the mountains this week, the conditions on Friday were extra special. We can thank the large body of water we call Lake Champlain for giving these snow squalls a little boost, too. Here are a few images captured on Friday in the …

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Dec 13

Backcountry Update: Fresh Snow is Falling

Life is good when fresh snow falls day after day after day – a pattern we might be settling into this week. With snow falling steadily across the northeast’s mountains by late in the day Monday, Tuesday morning promises to offer fresh tracks on established downhill ski trails and higher elevation nordic trails. Still, the …

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Nov 24

A Bit of Snow On Its Way… After the Wind…and Turkey

“Damaging Winds” is the current forecast for the summit of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington today and tomorrow. There’s nothing like a 145mph wind gust to start off your day in late November! This cold, northwesterly flow of air comes in advance of another moisture-laden, low-pressure system that should start to drop some frozen precip (snow?) …

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