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Oct 25

Photo of the Week: Beautiful October Snow

Old Man Winter paid us a visit again in the Northeast this week, and although he’s not here to stay for the winter quite yet, he did give us a very nice taste of the season ahead. A good 6″+ piled up along the highest elevations of the northern Green Mountains and Adirondacks, with snow …

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Feb 26

Skiing the Western Monts Chic Chocs, Quebec

A few years back, eager to check out terrain that we have been staring at from a distance for years (on prior hut trips in the region) we finally made it to the far western reaches of Quebec’s beautiful Monts Chic Chocs – beyond the boundaries of Parc Nacional de la Gaspesie. To kick things …

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Oct 20

Adventure Skiing Slideshows: Kick Back, Support Wildlands, Get Lucky!

On October 24th and 25th, Moretown, VT-based skiers, photographers and storytellers, Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson, of Ember Photography, will kick off their 8th Annual Wild People, Wild Places Slideshow Series, with several shows planned for Vermont. They will begin the season with two showings of their multi-media slideshow, Two Wheels, Two Planks – Norway, …

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Oct 16

Photo of the Week: Ultra-Thin Cover

Another round of fresh snowfall blanketed the higher elevations of the Northeast this past weekend. And while it didn’t amount to more than an inch or two – aka ultra-thin cover – the combination of the ground being more frosted and the snow being denser than last week made for even smoother skiing. Word on …

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Oct 01

Photo of the Week: Next Time

While on a week long traverse of the Haute Gaspesie in Quebec a few years ago, we tried to ski this beautiful little mountain when it was in our sights. However, the passing of a warm front, with its steady rain and snow-eating nighttime temperatures, had other plans for us. So we skied on, playing …

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Sep 24

Photo of the Week: One Inch Rule

The last couple of weather fronts and rain storms have ushered in the beautiful fall season in classic form. It’s amazing how Mother Nature, with the flick of a her switch, can take us out of a distinctly summery weather pattern right into the cooler, crispier and breezier days of fall. At least a few …

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