Tag Archive: midnight sun

Jul 22

Photo of the Week: A Three Sandwich Day

You know you are in for a great adventure – at least you had better be – when you prepare and pack three sandwiches for your ski pack. This particular sandwich making session was followed by a ski tour that kicked off around dinner time, carried us through the midnight hours and didn’t land us …

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Jun 01

Photo of the Week: Skiing in June

Even in the Northeast, there is usually some natural snow to ski on in the month of June, especially on Quebec’s Gaspe…and points north. For best results here in the northeast U.S., start walking toward the sheltered, higher elevations of Maine’s Katahdin or New Hampshire’s White Mountains…keep walking…and you might find a worthwhile strip of …

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May 22

Photo of the Week: Midnight Madness

While pedaling north last week alongside Norway’s Arctic Alps, we savored the warm and colorful rays of the evening sun before embarking on another skiing adventure in the mountains. It was approx. 10pm – just twenty minutes after snapping this photo – when we were finally heading out on our skis. The sun did not …

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May 16

2 Wheels, 2 Planks: Midnight Sun Ski Camp

Since our only real tent-bound day of the trip two Sundays ago on the beautiful and mountainous island of Kogen in northern Norway, we’ve lucked out with nearly 14 straight days and “nights” of mostly clear weather and excellent ski conditions. And as we roll into the last several days of our trip this week, …

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