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Mt. Washington Donates $12K to Trail Fund

The Notch to Notch multi-purpose path will link Franconia Notch and Crawford Notch in New Hampshire.

BRETTON WOODS, NH - Feb. 27, 2009 - Mount Washington Resort is pleased to announce the Resort’s donation of $11,591 to the “Notch to Notch Trail Fund,” a new fund established for the purpose of building a continuous multi-purpose path linking Franconia Notch and Crawford Notch, in New Hampshire. Mount Washington Resort’s donation is the seed capital for the Notch to Notch Trail project.

Dealing With Summer

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Are a few August jump turns worth risking your neck over? Yup.

Why We Ski: Vroom with a View

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High in the mountains, it's easy to feel like a king-the master of all you survey. Who wouldn't want to rule the Rockies, the Tetons or the Sierra Nevada?

Summer Skiing 2003: Chic-Chocs Mountains

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Mont Albert alone-a massif with a four-mile-long plateau top-serves up a dozen Tuckermans, with ample helpings of hair-raising 1,000-vertical-foot drops and a smorgasbord of mellow above-treeline terrain.

2003 Number 14 Resort in the East: Bretton Woods, N.H.

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Let's get this straight: You don't go to Wildcat to be coddled. You go there to ski. There are no boutique hotels or fancy restaurants. Aside from no-frills facilities, there's no development at all. And if you go, dress for warmth.

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Travel

Break out your boards, put the ski rack back on the car, and dust off your hat and gloves: The Northeast has gotten its first major snowfall of the season.

Whose Woods These Are

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At Jay, "skiable" is a relative term. A resort with this much snow would be foolish to ban tree skiing.

2002 Number 15 Resort in the East: Wildcat, N.H.

Travel

What's not to love about Wildcat? Classic trails like Polecat and Lynx that wind past million-dollar views of Tuckerman Ravine and Mt. Washington.

Backcountry Basics

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If resorts are becoming too tame for your taste, it's time to venture into the backcountry. Here's a guide to getting started-plus six novice routes.

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