All articles tagged as 'Mount Washington'

The Pinnacle Butt-Rest
July 23rd, 2014 | By:  Greg | 8 Comments

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On the eastern flank of Mount Washington, NH, not far from where we like to ski, is an exceptionally nice place to rest one's butt; the "Pinnacle butt-rest" one might say. For many years, mountain-folks have widely agreed it's a great place to rest your butt, but in a seeming-contradiction ... ...Read more

President’s Weekend Weather Forecast (REVISED !!)
February 11th, 2014 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 3 Comments

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>SCROLL DOWN FOR BREATHLESS UPDATE Gonna do a full write up on the weather this week ('cause it's active). Here is an amuse bouche to start: WELL hyped coastal low will move up from the Southeast mid-week. It will bring potentially "heavy" snows to the southeast, southern apps and coastal cities ... ...Read more

Presidents’ Day Weekend Weather Forecast
February 16th, 2012 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 8 Comments

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Well, earlier in the week I wrote that a dual low system would affect Northern NY, VT and NH on friday. And that's still true. Looking at the system it's fairly clear that we'll see a broad area of low pressure move up just to the west of the ... ...Read more

TR: Skiing Between The Lines
February 9th, 2012 | By:  Greg

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For Super Bowl Sunday, myself and a crew of adjunct FIS including Pete, Jake and Jessie, along with two fellas from EasternBackcountry, Austin and Drew, had big plans to ski big(ger) lines (than we’ve skied this season). The mountain had other plans however, and it generally doesn’t like to compromise. ... ...Read more

Major Winter Storm “Easy” (LIVE UPDATING)
January 12th, 2012 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 43 Comments

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Friday Jan 13th 5pm Update Ok Act III. Upslope snow over next 12 hours will be the story of this storm. We've gotten between 5-8 inches of cumulative snow since Easy started with a few pockets of more. It has fallen in a creamy dense consistency and now it's dumping snow ... ...Read more

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