SKIVT-L: SKI VERMONT DISCUSSION LIST: VERMONT SKIING RULES Vermont Skiers Travel the World

Bogan in BC Canadian Rockies 2005 Chamonix 1993 In Search Of Eastern Skiing in the Great Thaw of 1995 JMK's Trip Bariloche, Argentina 1994 Misc 2004 Panorama, British Columbia, March1998 PattiMac's Utah Avalanche Pictures The Matt Duffy Chronicles Todd's Utah Big Air Photo's Todds' Tahoe Trip 1996 Wes and the Boys in Colorado 2003 Wesley and Vickie's 2001 Swiss Adventure Whistler April 1999: Wesley, Jumpin Jimmy, mrrogers Back to Stories and Photos


Whistler April 1999: Wesley, Jumpin Jimmy, mrrogers
Photo: Tuckerman Ravine

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Or, Vermont Skiers Travel the World. The Green Quad travels to Tuckerman Ravine, just next door in New Hampshire (story and Photos Jonathan Ben Kamien and Wesley Wright. Peek inside the lift operator's hut for a Mountain Cam look at the summit, updated daily.) The Red télécabine carries you to The Haute Savoie of France (story and Photos Wesley Wright). Finally, board the Blue Gondola for a trip down south to Bariloche, Argentina (story James Michael Kusack). To the west, we find Lake Tahoe. SkiVeetler Todd Rossignol went there in late March, 1996. Here's his story.

While Vermont skiing is still the best, there are some other spots in the Eastern North Country that may or may not deserve a visit. To find out for sure, the SkiVt-L team took a low-budget excursion to the Far East, to see if there really was New England skiing after the deepest thaw of the century. Loon, Wildcat (New Hampshire), Sunday River and Sugarloaf (Maine) were visited.

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