All articles tagged as 'White Mountains'

TR: A Presidential Orbit
July 11th, 2011 | By:  Greg

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No, it's not Plan 9 From Outer Space. We went and did the Presidential Traver--I mean Orbit over in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Check out the full TR: Click the picture or here to read A Presidential Orbit

SPAM #15: Green “Platers” on White Mountains
June 14th, 2011 | By:  Greg | Comment

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After a hiatus, the SPAM series returns to FIS by revisiting the Green License Plate joke. Needless to say this was a pretty legendary day. Why call this Allen's Run you ask? Well I suggest you read a certian old TR (or two ;) Here's a link to download a desktop background ... ...Read more

April 18th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 9 Comments

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Two weeks ago it was 50 degrees at the summit of Mount Washington. Today it nuked pow-pow (more than it did three weeks ago). It wasn't really a great day for pictures (I apologize for that... I REALLY do ;)). It was a great day for skiing powder. (4/19/10 more ... ...Read more

Is it Time for Backcountry Rescue Insurance in New Hampshire?
April 16th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 45 Comments

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Do you know who pays for finding, rescuing and transporting an incapacitated backcountry user in New Hampshire from the backcountry to a hospital? The injured person? The injured person's insurance? The tax dollars of the people of the state of New Hampshire? The citizens of the United States through ... ...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

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