Tag Archive: rain

Apr 03

Photo of the Week: Don’t Forget the Umbrella

This past Saturday was a good day to take the umbrellas skiing with us. Scattered rain showers over the trailhead turned to a short lived downpour about ten minutes into our climb. Before long, as we had hoped, the rain transitioned to snow, piling up just enough to mask what would have been a relatively …

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Jun 13

Photo of the Week – Imagine If All This Rain Was SNOW

And by the looks of the rainy forecast, it might be worth clearing out the schedule for Monday, too… Let it rain. Brian LIKE AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Jan 24

Dodging Rain Showers

The resiliency of the ski season here in the Northeast never ceases to amaze us. Last Tuesday afternoon (1/17), when temperatures climbed above freezing and a steady rainfall ensued, it was hard to imagine that we’d be skiing such beautiful snow just a few days later. Then again, this is the Northeast – home to …

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Dec 22

Photo of the Week: Solstice Sacrifice

When a light mist turned to a steady rain on Wednesday afternoon, a few of us did not hesitate to continue up the mountain for some afternoon turns. We’ve learned over the years that skiing in the rain is always worth it. More than anything, it impresses the snow gods. (Prolific snows have followed many …

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May 04

Backcountry Update: Winter’s Last Hurrah?

As Mother’s Day approaches, it looks like Mother Nature is treating herself to one last glimpse of winter’s beauty in the mountains. It will likely be snowing in the high Adirondacks just a few hours after I write this, and by midnight, it should be snowing steadily up high in the Greens and Whites, too…With …

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