Archive for March, 2013

On the Homology of a Schuss
March 26th, 2013 | By:  Greg | 3 Comments

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"Nihilistic" comes to mind when I'm asked what schussing is all about; you go up, you come down, and that's about it. Don't search for deeper meaning. It's not there. Sometimes you come down the same thing you went up. Sometimes you come down a different thing. Either way though, ... ...Read more

5 Days in the Stuart Range
March 22nd, 2013 | By:  Allen | 6 Comments

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Hey all, I know its been a while. This has been a winter of doing many things, and for the first part of it skiing took a place on the back burner. Fortunately for me though our prime ski season is 10 months long so its only half over (I ... ...Read more

Fat and Light Take Flight: Dynafit Huascaran
March 18th, 2013 | By:  Jake | 5 Comments

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Flashback. March of 2012. Vermont. In an otherwise rough season, February closes out with some dynamite powder skiing and leaves the snowpack at a downright decent level. Enter a week of record high temperatures and then cooler weather without significant precipitation. In three weeks the ... ...Read more

Mid-Week Storm Complex to Bring Snow to Northeast (Wed Update)
March 17th, 2013 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 10 Comments

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Starting on Tuesday a storm complex will move into the Northeast. From Tuesday through Thursday night we'll see steady snowfall across all major northeast mountains as the "storm" unfolds in 4 parts. Totals will generally be in the 8-16 range with pockets 20-24(+) range when all is wrapped up ... ...Read more

Conclave of March (with more Fumata Bianca)
March 13th, 2013 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 17 Comments

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In 1054, the Bishop of Constantinople ordered the closure of all Latin churches in Constantinople, thus beginning the east - west split known as the Great Schism. For roughly 250 years turmoil reigned as eastern and western influences battled for control of the faith. Hoping to figure out a ... ...Read more

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