Wondering if anybody knows of any good mountains in New England (Berkshires, VT, NH) for hiking and skiing during the winter. I do Tucks in the Spring, but interested in finding some similar experiences for the November - March season. Any good spots?
this man speaks the truth. mt greylock in MA has some options as its the highest peak in the state. there's a small following that hikes in regularly
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Big jay. Camels hump. Lots and lots in VT. There are a number of books on this very subject, I would suggest picking one up as the information of of NS is going to be insufficient and generally garbage.
I was going to make a thread on this. I plan on doing a lot of BC in northern VT/NH this year and was thinking we should get a few nsers together and do camels hump, big jay, hourglass, shit like that.
there is a trail/ trails? down the back of bolton resort from the top of the quad at the main area. just hike up to the wooden lookout platform and then ski down the back from there. comes out somewhere in waterbury
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Any of you further out into the country than myself reporting any snow on some of these places? I'm definitely trying to ski this weekend but I don't really want to pay for skiing or session 8 mini features with 600 other people. I'm more looking to hike to the snow and set something more worthwhile up. any leads?