Tag Archive: waves

Jan 24

Photo of the Week: Winter On Hold

While giving the snow a chance to pile up in the Great White North, we’re playing around with some Pacific swell, a lil’ offshore wind, and the 10′ BIC SUP Air – a highly versatile, inflatable surfboard that is as much at home in the rapids of a Vermont river in springtime as it is …

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Sep 23

Photo of the Week: More Summer Powder Days

Thanks to an impressive string of well-aligned tropical storms in the north Atlantic this summer, the temptation to head for the southern Andes has been minimal. Four of the five major tropical systems (Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal and Edouardo) produced overhead surf (summer powder) conditions for many northeast locations, during their passage offshore. And several 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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Jun 11

Photo of the Week: Memories of Winter

It was a particularly breezy afternoon, but the skiing was exceptionally good and we lingering straight through the sunset hour along the west side of the Greens. Our last climb landed us at the divide as a subtle alpen glow was fading, but while enough light still remained for one last descent to the east. …

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Sep 06

Photo of the Week: It Won’t Be Long Now…

It won’t be long now before the first solid nor’easter of the season pulls enough cold air down from the north and let’s the snow fly across our northeastern mountains. Over the past decade, this scenario has consistently played out by mid to late October in the Northeast, and when we are lucky, the cold …

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