A Seasoned Perspective on Mount Washington’s Avalanche Dangers

Throughout this past New England winter, I grew accustomed to starting my mornings off with the daily Avalanche report from the Mount Washington Avalanche Center. Always well written and thorough, I've picked up a lot of useful information and structured many winter trips around the advice provided by the well-seasoned snow rangers. In an article on MountWashingtonAvalancheCenter.com they dive into the …

Blue Bird Skies Over Gulf of Slides

Powder, Technical Terrain and Moose.....the full New Hampshire experience. This lesser known neighbor of the infamous Tuckerman Ravine delivers awe-inspiring views, and a combination of steep bowl riding followed by a technical 3 mile ride out on this classic New England ski trail.

Ski The East Resort Review: Mount Sunapee, NH

The early ride north was worth the effort, with the roads completely clear the drive from Boston took less than 1hr 45min. First tracks were fantastic and Sunapee had left many runs un-groomed which made for great late season trail and glade powder runs. Skiing this good in April (so close to Boston) was a welcome surprise, the only requirement was to a 6 AM start to get first tracks. Hey Sunapee, Spring Called...She's Gonna Be Late!

Winter Ascent on Mt. Chocorua

The final push was a snow covered 100m, 45-degree climb, revealing fantastic 360-degree via snow free granite slab. The 80MPH gusts only added to the ruggedness of the scenery. This combination of frigid wind, blue skies, and endless views clears the mind of unimportant day to day minutia. The raw wilderness binds you to the present!