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Waterville Valley | A Perfect Family Vacation with a Curious George Cameo

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort is like a vortex that pulls you in and keeps you there—mostly because... Read More »

Cranmore Mountain Resort | Family Skiing and Fun Activities in North Conway

4 votes, 4.75 avg. rating (91% score)

Strolling through the Village of  North Conway, New Hampshire, on Main St./White Mountain Highway, glance to the west... Read More »

The Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain | Vermont’s Only Private Ski Club

4 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (95% score)

I didn’t know exactly what to expect when I accepted an invitation to dine, sleep and ski at... Read More »

Gunstock Mountain | Majestic Views and Favorite Trails

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The aptly named Panorama Quad whisks passengers to Gunstock’s summit for a bird’s-eye, beak-gaping view of 21-mile-long Lake... Read More »

Cannon Mountain | Favorite Ski Trails, Olympian Bode Miller’s Home Mountain, and the New England Ski History Museum

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

Cannon Mountain is Olympian Bode Miller’s home mountain. It’s also home to the New England Ski Museum and... Read More »

Bretton Woods | Favorite Ski Trails

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It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it.  For the latest issue of SkiNH Magazine, I... Read More »

Okemo Mountain | Winter Is An Emotional Ride

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

During the winter, skiers and riders experience lots of weather-related emotional ups and downs. Okemo Mountain makes the... Read More »

End of Ski Season | Snow Snow and No Snow

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During the heart of winter, it’s common for me to field questions about my weekend winter activities. But... Read More »

Night Skiing at Shawnee Peak and Sleeping in a Yurt on the Mountain

Night Skiing at Shawnee Peak and Sleeping in a Yurt on the Mountain

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9 out of 10 people enjoy hearing or saying the word “yurt.” I know this based on the... Read More »

Perfect Ski Day at Attitash

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When I chatted with local expert Corey Madden about his home mountain Attitash in Bartlett, New Hampshire, he... Read More »

Learning to Ski…Again

Learning to Ski…Again

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Warning: Do not attempt to teach a friend  how to ski unless you are a professional instructor. When... Read More »

Skiing Burke Mountain in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom

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Last Saturday morning— after driving north and away from the heart of the Blizzard of 2013 the night... Read More »

Skiing Mount Sunapee Resort in New Hampshire

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We all have our own internal temperature gauge. Some people can handle 30 degrees and some people cannot.... Read More »

Perfect Ski Day at Cannon Mountain

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A couple weeks ago, Martha Wilson shared her insider tips to experience the perfect ski day at Bretton... Read More »

Martha Wilson’s Perfect Ski Day at Bretton Woods

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Here’s an excerpt from Yankee Publishing Inc.’s newest special interest publication, NH Ski & Snow Magazine. It is... Read More »

Early-Season Snow Rituals

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Dear fellow skiers, riders and general snow lovers: It’s early winter 2012-2013 and we’ve got our work cut... Read More »

It’s Officially Spring–And It Looks Like Spring Too

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Today is the Vernal Equinox, and it actually looks like spring. Normally in this part of New England,... Read More »

Spring Skiing Means Sunny Days, Fun Events and Maple Syrup

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The Spring Equinox is just a few weeks away, which gets “the winter that wasn’t” closer to being... Read More »

Surf or Ski Jay Peak Resort

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Vermont’s Jay Peak Resort is well known as a destination for skiers or riders in search of perfect... Read More »

Indentifying Animal Tracks (Unsuccessfully)

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As a person who loves the outdoors, I’ve always admired people who are astute observers of the natural... Read More »

New (Old) Resolutions for the Year

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There is no better time than a few days before the first of January to get my resolutions... Read More »

Holiday Gift List: Wrap Up an Outdoor Adventure

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In just a couple weeks, Yankee Magazine’s January/February issue will be on newsstands. It’s a not-so-serious guide to... Read More »

Favorite Outdoor Adventure Towns in Northern New England

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Kayaking, Climbing, Hiking, Mountain Biking in Northern New England—May through August The essential elements for a town to... Read More »

When It All Melts Away

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The March/April issue of Yankee Magazine features many of the more positive first signs of spring—maple festivals, swan... Read More »

New England Weather Patterns

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“If you don’t like the weather in New England, wait a few minutes.” – Mark Twain I first heard... Read More »

Tips for Teaching Young Kids How to Ski

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Keep reading for lots of information from ski and ride professionals. There are certain childhood memories that stand... Read More »

A Tip to Conquer Icy Ski Trails

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This is when focusing on the fluff is a good thing. You are at the top of a... Read More »



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