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Nov 21

Weekend Stoke: The Invisible Skier

Champlain Powder - Green Mountains, Vermont - ©Brian Mohr/EmberPhoto

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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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 01

2nd Annual Vermont Backcountry Forum…Celebration…and Potluck!

2nd Annual Vermont Backcountry Forum

Hosted by the Vermont Backcountry Alliance (VTBC), Catamount Trail Association (CTA) and the Rochester Area Sports Trail Alliance (RASTA), the event promises to be a fun celebration of the coming winter season. Representatives from the VTBC, CTA and RASTA, will provide a series of updates around ongoing backcountry projects and programs in Vermont, which will …

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Nov 15

Photo of the Week: SNOWvember 2013

After a great week of skiing…on top of all of the other usual preparations for winter underway…we’re too wiped to say much this week. But the facts are simple… Approximately 12-30″ of progressively cold, fluffy powder fell upon the northern Green Mountains during this past week…with lesser amounts falling in the southern Greens, over the …

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Nov 14

Photo(s) of the Week: SNOvember 2012

By the skin of its teeth, SNOvember is living up to its name again this season. It kicked off on Saturday 11/3 with a solid dusting of snow at the higher elevations across the Northeast, and by mid-week, another round of fresh snow under bluebird skies was luring greater numbers of hungry skiers to sample …

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