All articles tagged as 'October snow'

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

A Reunion with an old friend…
October 24th, 2010 | By:  Ben | 5 Comments

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With sunny skis and a few inches of new snow from the past few days, Saturday seemed like a perfect day to pay a visit to an old friend. We made the pilgrimage to one of our favorite spots and, much to our surprise, got to do more than just ... ...Read more

TR: Winter to Fall and back again
October 20th, 2010 | By:  Ben

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More coverage of the first snow storm of the 2010/2011 season! Read about Ben's adventures as he follows the precipitation from mountain top to valley in a double day. Click on the picture or here to read Winter to Fall and back again

Knock, Knock! Winter’s Here (For Now)!
October 18th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 2 Comments

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Working up the weekend winter weather extravaganza (THANKS LIONEL!) into a TR to start the new ski season. Stay tuned for it later today! My sincere apologies for the delay, but I think you'll agree it was worth it when you see what the FIS did... or not :P 10/18 9:30PM Update: ... ...Read more

October Nor’Easter: FKNA! (UPDATE!!!)
October 14th, 2010 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 24 Comments

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I had to start a new post because this is too good to be buried. Seriously. I told you I like the october pattern two weeks ago. Some of you may have listened. Some may have not. I told you we had a storm coming a few days ago. ... ...Read more

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