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Promised Land 2.7: Stowe to Tuckerman Ravine Ski The East heads out to hit 2 classic spring summits, Mansfield and Tuck's. These two mountains are known for getting caked with snow all winter and holding onto it longer than most. You know what they say,...  more »

Sometimes the best days are those you least expect. The crew gets a surprise storm and reaps the rewards with plentiful powder at Stowe, VT. Promised Land is the 14th annual production by Ski The East. Featuring the Ski The East Team shredding everything...  more »

Behold the Adirondacks in all their glory. Whiteface, NY lays claim to some of the gnarliest sidecountry terrain on the East Coast. Our team was lucky enough to ski the iconic Whiteface Slides under pristine conditions: sunny skies and 2 ft. of fresh...  more »

Spinning laps on the iconic single chair on a 16" powder day... doesn't get much better than that. The Ski The East team shreds the rocks, stumps, cliffs, waterfalls and spacious glades around Mad River Glen, VT. Promised Land: Mad River Ruckus brought...  more »

The terrain around Stowe, VT is legendary for it's snowfall, steepness and variety. Ski The East team members: Tim McClellan, Dylan Dipentima and Noah Ranallo explored the bounty on 3 amazing days during February and March. Promised Land is the 14th...  more »

Promised Land: Jay Peak - Too Deep Is there such a thing as too deep? The record-breaking storm Stella of 2017 brought incredible amounts of snow to the forests of Jay Peak, VT. The Ski The East crew ventured out into chest deep snow during a truly...  more »

It ends where it all began... on the most badass backcountry skiing mountain in the East. Behold the final episode in this groundbreaking series. Ben is wrapping up 3 seasons of this passion side project, Working For The Weekend, with one last trip to...  more »

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...  more »

Sometimes the conditions, terrain and crew line up just right. This final episode from the Chic Choc Mountains of Quebec features Ben, Louise, and Paige discovering "the perfect glade" on a glorious sunny powder day.  more »

Avalanches happen out East. The "Working For The Weekend" crew experienced this first hand on a trip to the Chic Chocs in Quebec. While a healthy dose of luck was involved in allowing Nick to walk away relatively unharmed from this event, it was the...  more »

The Chic-Choc Mountains of Quebec get a ton of snow each season and Ben has long been planning a trip to the region. He finally got his chance and brought Louise Lintilhac, Paige Fitzgerald, and Nick Martin on the 10 day quest. In this first episode of...  more »

Ski The East | Working for the Weekend | Acadia The coast of Maine has some incredible skiing... as long as there's a 3 ft. snow storm. Acadia National Park lies a few hours north of Portland on Mt. Desert Island. Ben braved the blizzard of 2015 and...  more »

Ben Leoni is back after embarking on a 2 year East Coast mission. On weekdays, Ben is an attorney in Portland, ME laying down the law. On weekends, he is set free from the office grind to venture around the high peaks of New England and Quebec with his...  more »

When the temperature, wind and water are just right the Tug Hill Plateau region of central NY gets clobbered by lake effect snow. Elevation is minimal and the trees are tight but that just makes the search for powder turns more rewarding.____ Spectral:...  more »

"You’d have to be insane or very experienced to ski Tuckerman Ravine on the southeast face of Mt. Washington. Chris Davenport and Hugo Harrisson are a bit of both."  more »

In the Presidential Range of New Hampshire hide some of the best glacial cirques on the East Coast. When the temps rise in April, it's open season to ski the steeps around this incredible part of the Appalachian Mountains. Music in this episode:Sofa...  more »

Stowe Mountain Resort, on Mt. Mansfield, VT, is known for its rowdy terrain. Once the mid-winter snows fill in the woods, a playground of cliffs await those skiers willing to explore. The crew send it both large and small all over the peak throughout...  more »

The Way Up [final cut] from Dogy Down Films A backcountry ski film about why we're there, from a group of 7 friends who have a combined 14 kids (and counting). Sometimes the way up is just as important, and you can sleep when you're dead. Filmed in...  more »

Here's a little something to help get you through those summer blues.  more »

Working For The Weekend Season 2 | Episode 2 - New Hampshire River Shred By midwinter, the river beds and slides around the East Coast have filled up and are ready to be shredded. Ben Leoni and his fellow weekend warrior buddy, Dr. Brooks Motley, find an...  more »

Spectral 4 – Jay Peak Powder Factory Towering over northern Vermont sits Jay Peak, the East Coast powder mecca. With a special microclimate that produces upwards of 350" of snow annually, the Ski The East crew spends a few days exploring the woods...  more »

Rain. Crust. Snow. Thaw. Ups and downs in snow conditions and weather are the norm in New England. The Meats rolled with the punches and spent the season of 2011 scouring the East for good snow and deep days. Jay Bowen and Jeff Curry sussed out some...  more »

Spectral: the 13th annual production from Ski The East and Meathead Films features everything from earn-your-turns backcountry to make-your-own urban. This is the full spectrum of skiing in the Northeast....  more »

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