Amy Parulis

Freezing for a Reason: A Recap of the VT Tubbs Romp to Stomp

Freezing for a Reason: A Recap of the VT Tubbs Romp to Stomp

Events

It was a balmy 4 degrees at Stratton Mountain on a Blue Bird Saturday morning. Despite the cold weather there were hundreds of happy faces. They weren’t here that day to ski or snowboard, they were here to snowshoe.... Read More »

Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Outdoor Health and Fitness

Do you make sure you eat enough when you are on a long hike? Bonking on the trail can be dangerous. You’ve made it up to the summit but you’re out of energy. Going back down is not going... Read More »

Gearing up for the Tubbs Romp to Stomp

Gearing up for the Tubbs Romp to Stomp

Events / Winter Sports

The time has come for the Tubbs Romp to Stomp Breast Cancer in the Northeast. First up will be New Jersey and then off to Vermont for the Tubbs Crew. They have been spending time getting everything ready including... Read More »

When to Walk Away From a Winter Hike

When to Walk Away From a Winter Hike

Outdoor Adventure (Unique lifestyle/travel/personal experience)

Summiting Mt. Washington in the winter has been a goal for a long time. My dad and I were supposed to do it last year, but then I dislocated my shoulder and tore my labrum and shoulder capsule. This... Read More »

Gear Check: MSR Evo Series Snowshoes

Gear Check: MSR Evo Series Snowshoes

Ideas & Advice

Economists told ABC “World News” that if we spent just $64 more on gifts made in America it would create 200,000 new American jobs. If that idea appeals to you and you have someone on your gift list who... Read More »

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