Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bolton to the Barns

VYCC put together a great photo slide show last year after the Bolton to the Barns event.  Click here to check it out!

 

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New Logos at Bolton

We have started working with a different design company.  Sensible World is based in Middlebury.  We love the new little Nordic logo that they created for the new map and brochure.

First Snow of the Season

 

 

 

 

 

 

Snow line is about 2400-2500′.  By midday accumulation was a couple inches.  So far we have not see the forecast  accumulation…. but who knows what might happen overnight!

Photo Credit Josh Arneson

 

 

This photo was taken midday on Friday Oct 15 at Bolton.  Photo Credit Josh Arneson.

Thursday Trail Work and Fungus Photos

 

 

 

Fungus on a log on Telemark.  Photo Credit Jerry Lasky

 

 

 

 

 

Moving a tree on Cliffhanger. Photo Credit Sheri Larsen.

new look for skivermont.com!

SkiVermont is the website of the Vermont Ski Areas Association.  They are based in Montpelier and do some great work to advocate for and support ski areas in the state of Vermont.

The new website is awesome!  We have been adding content, photos, events and programs.   Check it out!

We felt like movie stars . . . Spring Time Photo Shoot

Last spring on one of the warm, blue bird days we did a photo shoot for some new Nordic photos.  Dana, Zack and I  loaded up one of the pulks with lots of different equipment and clothing and followed the photographers out to the trails.  It was a world wind hour and we had a lot of fun.  We did equipment and clothing changes (jackets and hats) right on the trail.

Thanks to photographer Justin Cash and his crew for their patients and direction.  Keep your eye out this winter for some of the new photos.

 

 

 

 

 

Zack and Dana snowshoeing… and trying not to trip and fall or laugh too much.

 

 

 

 

 

Zack in the tracks getting ready for a shot on Pond Loop with the alpine trails in the background.  Check out the pulk full of equipment in the foreground.

Here are a couple of our favorites: