Tag Archive: river

Jun 26

Photo of the Week: Summer Faceshots

After one of longest runs of consecutive powder days we’ve experienced in Vermont (60 days!), and now one of the best runs of summer powder conditions in recent memory (thank you rain!), 2015 will leave us with happy memories to reflect upon for generations to come. Not surprisingly, we’ve got another inch or two of …

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Aug 05

Photo(s) of the Week: Summer Powder Days

Summer has a way of reminding us that being outside is a lot more fun, and necessary, than updating AdventureSkier.com or tending to other non-essential office matters…no matter how hard it’s raining. Then again, even back-to-back days spent running rivers, doing wood, surfing waves, pedaling bikes and growing food can get tiring, and every once …

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Jul 05

Photo of the Week: The Big Red Ski Sled

It’s not like we are relying on our trusty 16′ canoe for any long distance load hauling into the backcountry of Quebec’s Gaspe or Maine’s Baxter Park, but there’s no doubt that Big Red comes in handy now and then as a sled. It also gives us incredible floating access to some of our favorite …

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Apr 08

Photo of the Week: Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring

What a winter it has been! And now we have spring to look forward to! We took advantage of this great transition season by paddling and camping along one of our favorite Vermont rivers last week – with our skis in tow – and skiing some beautiful lines right from the boat. In a time …

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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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