Northeast US

by Jamesdeluxe • | | 3 comments
When it was time to begin debating the merits of prospective host locations for the second Northeast Ski Blogger Summit, our group put several lift-served mountains on the table. Following several weeks of intense e-mail lobbying, we agreed on New Hampshire’s White Mountains. read more
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 41 comments
If events had unfolded differently, Bearpen could have become the biggest ski area east of the Rockies. Instead, it closed after its fifth season of operation and became a forgotten footnote. read more
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 12 comments
Only seven miles from busy I-91, but still hiding in the proverbial shadows, it's tough to find a mountain anywhere less deserving of such a low profile as Burke: a big-league hill with piles of potential. read more
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 2 comments
State-owned Belleayre Mountain earns praise by concentrating on the things that don't make great website headlines: reliable conditions, family-friendly prices and terrain, and an unpretentious vibe. read more
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 2 comments
"Skiing in Pennsylvania" sounds like an oxymoron to many people, but Elk Mountain's terrain, grooming, and atmosphere combine to make it what many consider the Keystone State's best ski area. read more
by Jamesdeluxe • | | 14 comments
Tucked away in the western Catskills, Bobcat has become a kind of Holy Grail for back-to-the-basics skiers — a mountain that feels like it was deep-frozen in 1972 and reopened for business last week. read more
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