All articles tagged as 'cursed schuss'

TR: The (Other) White Ribbon of Death
October 25th, 2010 | By:  Greg

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We heard a ski area in North America opened up this past weekend, and we headed out to find it. The only problem is we didn't know where to look! Masters of logic that we all are, we put our heads together (ouch!) and came up with the following trip ... ...Read more

SPAM #6: The Hunt for the Red And White October
October 19th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 10 Comments

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To round out our coverage of the October Nor'easter as it affected points north of Vermont Route 125, we present another installment in our SPAM Series. This week you get two for the price of one (too)! Technically we said this series was supposed to build up to the ski ... ...Read more

TR: Fall From Low To High
October 18th, 2010 | By:  Greg

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The 2010-2011 ski season started in the northeast with a Nor'easter for the record books. Did you think we wouldn't ski it? Click the picture or here to read Fall: From Low to High.

Cursed Schuss Two (or: Gape-ril Finally Ends)
April 30th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 4 Comments

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With all the new snow, some routes down the mountain are back online that we thought would be out until next year. We aimed for the cursed schuss again, hoping for glory, faceshots, and high fives. However, as usual we were snubbed. The target already got hit; darn tub-copter! Snaked ... ...Read more

Cursed Schuss
April 21st, 2010 | By:  Greg | 13 Comments

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Sometimes you have a great plan to go up high above the rest of the tracks, and glorious-schuss-make. You try to do everything right. You go the distance.... You keep going until you get to the view (no views here by the way)... BUT, despite the huge snow field at the bottom ... ...Read more

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