All articles tagged as 'Vermont early season skiing'

Systems Test
October 8th, 2012 | By:  Greg | 27 Comments

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Based on yet-another spot-on forecast by the esteemed Lionel Hutz, the FIS east coast bureau was ready bright and early today for a systems test in preparation for the upcoming ski season. Most of us were of the impression that we were merely going to practice getting up early, and ... ...Read more

Get Over It (Part Two: Make Hay When The Snow Falls)!
November 28th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 11 Comments

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For any new readers we've acquired over the last few months from out west, first WELCOME, and second, I don't want to give off the impression with this "Get Over It!" series that all we do back east is ski grass, white ribbons of death, or worse. No, we do ... ...Read more

The Spine of Vermont
November 9th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 9 Comments

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On Sunday before the current mess (but after the last) Ben, KC and I headed up to check out some of the highest terrain in Vermont; along the spine of its ancient peaks. To call it unequivocally great snow is impossible. It was loud. Was it bad? No. Sun, low ... ...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

TR: Fall From Low To High
October 18th, 2010 | By:  Greg

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The 2010-2011 ski season started in the northeast with a Nor'easter for the record books. Did you think we wouldn't ski it? Click the picture or here to read Fall: From Low to High.

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