All articles tagged as 'East Coast Backcountry Skiing'

SPAM #7: On the Prowl For the (Other) WROD
October 28th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 6 Comments

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As an addendum to The (Other) WROD TR, we've got a SPAM entry from that trip. Right now it seems like we'll probably be releasing SPAMs after full TRs right on through the winter... so in other words the SPAM Series won't end come ski season as we've been saying. ... ...Read more

TR: A Completely Average April
April 26th, 2010 | By:  The F.I.S.

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The entire crew, except for Porter, who has a boo-bo, and Lionel, who has a job, was on hand to ski an unexpected series of storms that hit Mount Washington over the last week and a half. This one goes out to a good internet-friend of the internet-skiers: ThinCover ... ...Read more

Mount Washington Powder Harvest VIDEO — April 2010
April 25th, 2010 | By:  Allen | 17 Comments

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While some people have pulled out the kayak, dusted off the mountain bike, or pulled out the golf clubs, the FIS crew has been hard at work harvesting corn and the much more elusive April crop: powder. We were forced to endure mild sunny days and mild blizzards up on ... ...Read more

TR: Circumnavigation of Adams IV (or: 8K Vert Day!)
April 6th, 2010 | By:  Greg

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In running this website and going on ski trips, it's tempting to continually try to outdo yourself. You might start to think that the next trip always needs to be bigger, better and more significant than the last. While the personal ambition to do more in the mountains is good ... ...Read more

TR: The Wild West (Side)
January 17th, 2010 | By:  Greg

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No, not the west coast... the west SIDE. As in the Wild West: The Bretton Woods Backcountry! Click the picture to read more!

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