We love getting some good East Coast stoke on Earlyups and Noah Rannallo’s 2012/13 edit shows just how good the skiing in Vermont can be. Tight trees, deep snow and fun east coast airs abound with some bonus Utah time as well. Enjoy!
Spring fun and mayhem is in full effect at Tuckerman Ravine in this video. We haven’t skied Tucks but it looks like a pretty incredible spring party, minus all of the crashing that seems to go down. We might have to make the pilgrimage to New Hampshire sometime to take in the spectacle.
Follow the Meathead’s on another East Coast-based ski thriller: from rain and no snow, to all-time New England pow turns at Jay Peak, the creative urban skiing you expect, old-school bump shred, and deep snow and big airs on a trip to Europe. Featuring Andrew Whiteford, Dan Marion, Will Wesson, Radio Ron and more, we can’t wait to see what the Meathead’s have up their sleeve this time around.
Follow the Meathead’s as they explore East Coast “Backwoods” stashes at Cannon, Stowe and beyond. This is a cool behind the scenes look at what to expect from their fall release “Prime Cut.” We’re stoked!
The Meathead’s have been cranking out East Coast Ski thrillers for 10 years now, so it’s no wonder that “Prime Cut” has one of the best trailers we’ve seen all year. Featuring heavy-hitters like LJ Strenio, Andrew Whiteford, Lars Chickering-Ayers and more in locations ranging from Newfoundland to a Waste Management dumpster…These guys produce some of the coolest skiing shots you’ll see anywhere.
Ever ski Tuck’s? Ever think about skiing Tuck’s? No? Well then you might have to turn your skis in and look for a new sport because every self respecting skier has either been to or wants to go to Tuckerman’s for a spring session. This mini-documentary does a great job covering the culture, history and fun on skiing’s most storied terrain.
The Meatheads are it again with a trailer for their “east coast ski thriller.” Locations vary from Washington D.C. to New Jersey, New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Hokkaido, Japan. Top notch skiing plus these diverse locations lead to some really unique imagery and a trailer not to be missed…Who can argue with backflips on the National Mall?