A Day at Sugarbush Parks

Posted On: Jan. 13th, 2015

I drove down to Sugarbush the other morning to catch a few turns before work. Upon arrival at Mount Ellen, I discovered 3 to 4 inches of fresh snow that had fallen the night before. I enjoyed taking frothy pow slashes between terrain … Continue reading

Early Season Stoke at Stowe

Posted On: Dec. 17th, 2014

Early season has been going off in Northern VT, and the boys from Burton got after it at Stowe last weekend when the Godfather of the Knowbuddies, Alex Andrews, was in town. Riders – Ralph Kucharek, Todd Kohlman, Zach Nigro, … Continue reading

Mount Snow from Stratton summit

Cow Power and Water-saving Snow Guns

Posted On: May. 30th, 2014

It’s sort of easy being green — that is, Vermont ski resorts have put in a lot of hard work and money to reduce their environmental impact, and for us, it’s easy to enjoy the fruits of their labors. The … Continue reading

Vermont Spring Rail Jam - Mount Snow Peace Pipe

Two Awesome Ways to Stand Sideways in May

Posted On: May. 19th, 2014

Had just about enough board-less time? These past few weeks (or days if you rode Killington’s final weekend — what are you complaining about?) were just enough to get us missing our trusty steeds, but fear not: we bring glad … Continue reading

Snowboarder in Spring Snow at Killington VT

Where to Get Your Late Season Shred

Posted On: Apr. 18th, 2014

In my book, riding in late spring is truly the best of both worlds: the sloppy, snowy roads are long gone and the green grass looks great at home, while there’s practically a glacier up in the mountains. I even … Continue reading