Presidential Mixed Bag on Mount Washington - Ski The East

Working For The Weekend S3|E6 - Presidential Mixed Bag
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The high alpine zones of New Hampshire’s White Mountains offer a wide spectrum of variable skiing, and even more variable weather. Watch Ben, Louise Lintilhac and Brooks Motley tag powdery chutes and slushy bowls during two days of completely opposite conditions in the Northern Presidential Range.

 


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