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Aug 27

Photo of the Week: Sisters Are Cool

Green Mountains, Vermont - ©Brian Mohr/ EmberPhoto

Skier: Lindsay Mohr Curry Sisters are cool…especially when they can rip knee-deep dust-on-crust in some of our favorite Green Mountain steeps. – Brian LIKE AdventureSkier.com on Facebook. Thanks!

Apr 02

Photo of the Week: Saying Farewell to Winter

Green Mountains, Vermont, USA©Brian Mohr/ EmberPhoto - All rights reserved

Even with mountain snowfall in the forecast for Friday night into Saturday – and next week, too – there’s no doubt that Spring is finally here. With this past Monday night’s fresh snow, and then relatively cold, powder-preserving temps prevailing through mid week, Wednesday shaped up to be one last fantastic day to be out …

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Mar 04

Photo of the Week: Midnight Pow Pow

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Skier: Noah Ranallo It’s possible that Tuesday night (Mar 3) was the pinnacle of this winter season in Vermont. By 8pm, fresh snow from another passing weather system was piling up fast…freshening the surface of a deep snow pack unaffected by warm temps or wet precip for nearly two months. We knew that above freezing …

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Jan 01

Photo of the Week: Happy New Year

Green Mountains, Vermont, USA©Brian Mohr/ EmberPhoto - All rights reserved

> Here’s to a snowy, more peaceful, healthy and happy 2015! To kicks things off, it looks like we’ve got some fresh snow (maybe several inches+ accumulating by Sunday am), and perhaps some other forms of precip on their way late in the weekend, too…but we should come out ahead…so don’t sweat it. Ski you …

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Nov 18

Photo of the Week: Back(yard)country Ski Season Is Here

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Thanks to a solid inch or two of fresh snow piling up close to home late last week, and with some well-worn Marquettes ready for action, we kicked off the backyardcountry ski season in style last weekend. The snow should be piling up in the higher elevations in the days ahead, with easily a foot …

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