Archive for December, 2009

My Apologies–I Digress
December 30th, 2009 | By:  Greg | 5 Comments

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Sorry to take your attention away from the main event, but the Wasatch delivered today. We couldn't get into anything too serious due to rapid snowfall rates and near zero visibility, but a little across-the-road-backcountry near Alta turned into face shot central. We headed up from the car just as ... ...Read more

Potential for New Year’s Day Nor’easter (updated 1/3/10)
December 30th, 2009 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 26 Comments

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By the time the ball drops, you look for somebody to kiss and start to regret having the filet, you'll know whether Crystal or Andre will be the bottle to pop open. (If you don't know what Andre is well - good for you. You obviously never tried to ... ...Read more

Quick Burst of Snow possible in Southern VT, Catskills and ADK Monday into Tuesday (UPDATED 12/27)
December 26th, 2009 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 9 Comments

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We have a "Weather Thingy" and it's going to help out snow starved areas of the Catskills and So. Vt. UPDATE 12/27 Quick update here. Looks like this little thingy wants to be a little more widespread. Latest data looks to take the shortwave over ALB. This would spread ... ...Read more

TR: Huntington Ravine 12/22/09, Central, Diagonal, and my new 7D (HD Video Inside!)
December 26th, 2009 | By:  Allen | Comment

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Ben and I had a great day in the whites just before Christmas. I also got to play around with an awesome new toy. Click on the picture to see the full TR

Vermont Roadside Attractions
December 22nd, 2009 | By:  Greg | 1 Comment

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Why go to Little Cottonwood when the roadside attractions are pretty sweet right here in Vermont? Well... maybe there are a few reasons... like the more reliable snow and all. I'll be headed out that-a-way for a few weeks. Will update on the progress here on FIS. Meanwhile, Sam and Allen ... ...Read more

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