All articles tagged as 'Tuckerman Ravine'

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

Wishing Everyone a Safe Weekend
April 3rd, 2010 | By:  Greg | 2 Comments

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UPDATED: The story referred to in the original post has been relocated on the website, and is now located here under 04-02-2010. -------------------------------------- Scary story from Tuckerman Ravine Friday. We are all extremely glad everyone is ok. Wishing everyone a safe and fun weekend in the mountains.

TR: Learning about Avalanches!
February 26th, 2010 | By:  Ben | Comment

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This past weekend I followed Sam and Allen’s lead and took the AIARE Avalanche Level II course offered by Marc Chauvin of Chauvin Guides. Read about the course here! Also, a few links to avi courses offered in the east this winter: EMS Climbing School AIARE I March 13-15, 27-29 Acadia Mountain Guides, AIARE ... ...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

TR: Dodge’s, Empress, Dutchess, Sluice
April 8th, 2008 | By:  Greg

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A day skiing all the classic big lines of the classic Ravine, Tuckerman, with my friend Ben. Enjoy the full day here:

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