Monthly Archive: December, 2014

Never Bored at Mad River

A ski trip to Mad River Glen should make almost every skier’s list of must-do trips. It’s amazing that this rural Vermont ski area often gets included as a “must-visit” destination with the… Continue reading

Sick Tim(e)

I hate being sick, and while not a revelatory statement—as I suppose it is a fairly universal feeling to prefer being healthy to being ill—I believe it applies particularly to me. One of… Continue reading

Shame on the Sherbie

The Sherburne Trail on New Hampshire’s Mount Washington is a backcountry ski trail that runs from the Pinkham Notch Visitor Center to Hermit Lake, ascending roughly a third of the way up the… Continue reading

Gifts for the Apres Skier

Ski culture is great for a lot of different reasons; there’s the schussing down the slopes, the camaraderie gained collectively shivering in line and on the lift, and the fact that you’re one… Continue reading

November, I am Sorry

Dear November, I am sorry. After weeks of watching ski movies, seeing western resorts get dumped on, and tuning my skis in preparation for the season, I was at my breaking point and… Continue reading