After keeping busy in snow less California in late Dec and early Jan I was ready to be reunited with some Winter weather. Who would of thought I had to go back to the Eastcoast to do that? Even though Vermont isn’t having the best of seasons like much of the country, it was something to work with for sure… I was actually surprised on how good of a base there actually was at higher elevations. There were not many big storms coming through. A couple short rain events created some crust layers, but that wasn’t going to scare me off.. We received a fair amount of consistent smaller storms producing a couple inches here and there and with some help of the wind things were not as bad as many may have thought.. Sometimes you just have to go up for yourself to find out what its like, you might just be in for a treat even though there is no snow just a couple miles down the road. As I get ready to head out to Japan for my next adventure this Winter, I look back on the few weeks I spent in Vermont and I am happy with what I achieved. I made the best of it and leaving with a smile on my face.
Starting off with a fun solo run I did using my gopro..
Dalton Harben putting the new Worth Skis to the test. If you haven’t demoed a pair yet, you should..
Evan Waldman, long time powder skier in these parts knows right where to look for some left overs.
And he knows how to use the trees to help with face shots..
Andy getting his share..
Jim Deshler ripping some pow while doing some limbo.
Couldn’t just let these nice lines just go to waste before some rain. Another shot of Jim Deshler.
Dalton diggin in…
Another pov I did with a fun follow cam of Dalton..