WINTER WEATHER OUTLOOK

WILL THE SNOW SHOW UP? What does an average winter snowfall look like in the Mt. Washington Valley? It can vary quite considerably. Higher elevations on Mount Washington often have snow during October that adds beautiful contrast to fall foliage. Skiable snow comes...

THE WONDER OF WINTER WILDLIFE

WHERE DO OUR WHITE MOUNTAIN WILDLIFE HIDE DURING THE WINTER MONTHS? By Matt Maloney Once the cold air settles in and the snow-pack has thoroughly covered the frozen ground, a walkabout in the woods makes the existence of wildlife seem remote or even impossible. We...

LOST WATERFALLS OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS

Spring is the season of rebirth in the White Mountains. Longer days and warmer temperatures draw the remains of frosty winter from the high ravines. Flowers bloom in the Valley as last season’s snow, released from winter’s long, icy grip, tumbles down pathways carved...

RESORT TO BACKCOUNTRY

GET IN THE KNOW BEFORE YOU GO The common backcountry skiing thread is a desire to get away from crowds, infrastructure, amenities, and the general safety net of resorts. It’s getting back to skiing as a natural means of travel and exploration, to efficiently move...