Tag Archive: tree skiing

Aug 17

Photo of the Week: Scouting Tree Lines in Vermont’s Green Mountains

Now that the clouds of bugs from early summer have dissipated, it’s a great time to be scouting and exploring tree lines close to home, while doing a bit of low-impact trail work along the way, too… This week’s led us to discover a beautiful and very steep creek line that spilled about 750′ vertical …

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Nov 15

Photo of the Week: Ski Locally

No fossil fuels were consumed going skiing this weekend … While the snow today was not as deep as it was earlier in the weekend, a subtle thaw-freeze cycle Saturday improved the skiing substantially by this morning. (Pine needles also offer up a very fun sliding surface). Days like this leave us convinced that skiing …

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Nov 09

ALERT: Support Needed for Backcountry Ski Trails in the Adirondacks – *Dec. 5th Deadline*

**Note: Please take a minute to comment today. Deadline for comments is Dec 5th** If you’ve ever spent time hiking, backcountry skiing/riding, climbing or camping in the Adirondacks, you know how rugged, vast and beautiful the region is. And while there is a relative abundance of backcountry skiing options in the Adirondacks, including the High …

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Jan 04

Photo(s) of the Week: 20 Days of Snow

According to our ski log, snow has now fallen from the heavens every day or night for twenty straight days over AdventureSkier headquarters in Vermont. We cannot remember the last time this has happened, and it is truly reassuring to know that winter is not broken. No doubt, we are in the midst of one …

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May 27

Help Protect Vermont’s Bolton Backcountry

This past winter, the land encompassing Vermont’s Bolton Valley Nordic Center and adjacent backcountry was placed on the market by its owner, Redstone. With the fate of the land uncertain, the Friends of Bolton Valley Nordic and Backcountry was formed with the intent of securing long protection of and access to this prized stretch of …

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