All articles tagged as 'tub copter'

OCTOBER SKIING! The Best of What’s North of VT Route 125
October 15th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 7 Comments

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Short and sweet update to begin to compliment Lionel Hutz' excellent forecasting. Had to head to Stowe for business purposes, and found rain at the base, an inch at the top and accumulating snow levels at 3000 feet at about 3PM. Here's the view of goat from the parking lot ... ...Read more

Weather for the Weekend: August 13 – 15
August 13th, 2010 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 1 Comment

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I can only do a short write up today and I'm sorry. Been crazy around these parts! For the weekend the primary player will be a large area of high pressure centered towards the east - like around Maine. As the weekend begins today, (and it ... ...Read more

TR: A Trinity — The Dregs of a New Hampshire Winter
June 15th, 2010 | By:  Greg

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Christian and I headed over to Mount Washington this past weekend for our first trip to Tuckerman Ravine of the season. Check it out if you are interested in seeing some pictures of skiing, rock climbing, and swimming in June on the East Coast. Also check it out if you ... ...Read more

Half of The Stein’s Half Full
May 18th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 14 Comments

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KC and I headed up to Sugarbush South for a quick after-work-hike-'n-schuss. The itch isn't gone yet, and as we discovered on Superstar Trail at Killington, these late season "turns" are great for our balance and agility. The view from the valley was pretty disheartening as both Sugarbush North ... ...Read more

May 7th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 9 Comments

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Well, despite last week's mega dump, the snow melted out pretty quickly. I'd say at this point we're negative 10" from where we were before the storm! Nevertheless, in the spirit of continuing the never ending hunt for the gnar we went up to see what was left. It was ... ...Read more

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