All articles tagged as 'Ski Great Gulf'

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

(Skier’s) Right Wing Schuss
May 26th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 14 Comments

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No this has nothing to do with politics. It has everything to do with metal canisters that fly in the sky (and sometimes crash into mountains ). What I'm really saying is, I haven't had time finish up the 2010 Slackfest TR, so in the meantime here's a tidbit from ... ...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

April is the New April
April 14th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 16 Comments

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Sorry Ben, but I had to do it :P While the valleys are enjoying a record breaking early start to spring and summer---and all the great activities that these seasons host--the mountains are reluctant to give up on winter. Great snow is still out there for the taking, and some ... ...Read more

TR: Circumnavigation of Mount Washington
April 16th, 2009 | By:  Greg

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Samthaman called me a few days ago and said he was getting pretty bored with the lack of new snow on the EC, and was therefore trying to figure out ways to hurt himself without being called suicidal. The original plan included a tour over the Presidential Range skiing all ... ...Read more

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