All articles tagged as 'Late Season Skiing'

High Four
April 30th, 2012 | By:  Greg | 8 Comments

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This Spring isn't done yet, and it dished up a nice upslope event last Friday/Saturday, GAPERil 27th/28th. This wasn't quite as great of a storm as "How," but it was certainly good enough for not just a high one... ...or a high two... ...nor a high three... ...but actually it was good enough ... ...Read more

TR: A Date with Ruth
June 21st, 2010 | By:  Sam

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Click the picture or here to read A Date with Ruth I recently met up with James, who I met through Turns All Year, for a casual outing to Mt. Baker. When skies went blue, we changed our plans and focused on Ruth Mountain instead. We were well rewarded for the ... ...Read more

TR: Slackfest 2010 — A(nother) Trifecta
June 1st, 2010 | By:  Greg

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This year Slackfest gave us one last chance to schuss, and schuss HARD. In the spirit of our earlier trifecta, when we hopped out of the car and surveyed the mountainside, we set a goal of tagging the heck out of three lines in the Great Gulf. Find out how ... ...Read more

TR: The Great and Improbable Mother’s Day Mother Load
May 12th, 2010 | By:  Greg

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We thought for sure the powder skiing was finished for this year after the April 28th storm. We were wrong. On May 9th 2010–Mother’s Day–it dumped snow at elevation in northern Vermont. Temperatures at 3000 feet were in the low 20s during the storm, and at the top of Mount ... ...Read more

TR: Stowe April 28th, 2010 – 20 to 30 inches
April 30th, 2010 | By:  The F.I.S.

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Here we present a whole ton of photos from April 28th, one of the most memorable ski days of our lives:

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