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post #61 of 68
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Originally Posted by Josh Matta View Post



Untill you have to beat a few trees out of the way, it does not compare to Mount Mansfield woods skiing

 

 



Great video

 

I got more tree stuff but am dead lazy when it comes to editing,

these days I just do it on the fly, start at top of run and stop at bottom and post a few of the bunch on tube.

Used to do edits and some PP on older pre GoPro Head cam stuff but it takes soooo long, I'm not that good a skier its entertainment, and I like the throw up vid at the end of days skiing as a bit of a report of conditions too.

 

Enjoy others that have a bit of a mix like yours.

 

 

 

post #62 of 68
Thread Starter 

Awesome posts of pics and vidspopcorn.gif

 

I think the lack of snow from mid to southern VT has made me really miss the trees.  Must venture further North!

 

Peace, Powder, Challenging, No Crowds,,,,

post #63 of 68

Trees are not as thick here but you don't want to hit them.

febpow.jpg

 


Edited by slider - 2/22/12 at 7:37am
post #64 of 68

Because I'm too lazy to do a video edit... but this pretty much sums it up for me.

 

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post #65 of 68
Thread Starter 

JayT what skis are you on?

 

Nice pic btw

post #66 of 68

Blizzard Cochise 185
 

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JayT what skis are you on?

 

Nice pic btw



 

post #67 of 68

Here's a tree run that got a lot of traffic since the day before, when I first skied it.

Hmmm, maybe I'll put this picture in the "Guess this trail" thread.P1030676.JPG

post #68 of 68

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwRM7LomMy0   Glen on tree skiing.  

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