All articles tagged as 'May Pow'

TR: Adventures of a Colorado (non) Native
May 30th, 2011 | By:  Ben

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A cold and snowy spring brought months of powder and spring skiing adventures in Colorado's Front Range for guest contributor Noah Harwood. Click here or on the picture to read more!

Cinco Pow Mayo (or: Combo Number Five)
May 11th, 2011 | By:  Greg | 1 Comment

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Mother's Day, Cinco de Mayo, May Snow Plowers... however you want to make a joke about it, it snowed schuss-worthy amounts in the first week of May (again) this year in two different jurisdictions of the FIS. The Utah and Vermont bureaus both got treated to a late season round ... ...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

Elevation Dependence
May 11th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 8 Comments

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I had a chance to shoot some scenics of Mount Mansfield on Monday. The air was crisp and super clear, and the contrast of the mountain and the valley was astonishing. The most striking thing this time of year is how elevation dependent our late season snow falls are, in ... ...Read more

May 10th Powder Schuss
May 10th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 4 Comments

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What is going on? I don't care. Thank you Ullr! If you haven't heard, a surprisingly potent upslope snow storm ravaged northern Vermont Mother's Day, and gave skiers a fresh playground to enjoy. The stake on Mount Mansfield officially picked up 10.5", but in reality I'd say the new snow ... ...Read more

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