SPAM #13: Triple Black Diamond

By:  Greg
January 21, 2011 8:38 am | Category: Skiing, SPAM

The Skiing Photos AMalgamated Series (SPAM) is FIS' way of stoking your fire for winter! Every-so-often we will be releasing a photo-amalgam, and offering the work as a FREE download to jazz up your desktop background. GIT SUM!

It’s been a few weeks since we cooked up some fresh SPAM. Between doing some hard math problems in which 1″=1′, and 6″=1m, and going back to our roots, FIS has been quite busy. Anyway as we go into the weekend here’s Ben Peters tagging the heck out of a Triple Black Diamond in the Vermont backcountry.
Ben Peters Skis a Triple Black Diamond

As always, here’s a desktop background version. It’s a weird size for desktops though. Oh well. Hopefully it’s worth at least a few days behind your workspace.

Thanks for checking out FIS!

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  1. Adrian
    wrote on January 21st, 2011 at 8:55 am  

    Very cool!
    Although I’m not much of a hucker (my back’s messed up enough as is!), this is a great spot to get some good shots :).

  2. Greg
    wrote on January 21st, 2011 at 8:57 am  

    HA! Yep… it’s very photogenic.

    wrote on January 21st, 2011 at 2:00 pm  

    Smuggs?? they have the only triple black diamond on the east coast…although Black Hole is never open when i’m there…

  4. Savantskis
    wrote on January 27th, 2011 at 10:35 am  

    What are you riding Ben? (i.e. what skis are you on?)

  5. Savantskis
    wrote on January 27th, 2011 at 10:48 am  

    Thanks! Would love to know more about gear or skis that you’re using. Thought those looked like some Veredicts – that boot review video the other day was excellent. Someday would love to send some of you guys some Savant Skis if we ever really get our act together…

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