Working For The Weekend & Skiing Vermont Trees

Working For The Weekend S2|E1 - Tree Employee
by Updated February 19, 2015

Working For The Weekend S2 | E1 - Tree Employee

Ben kicks off the 2nd season in the backwoods of Vermont. A busy winter at the office allowed for small windows of opportunity in the mountains, but he still managed to get out there and find the goods...

Now in it's 2nd season, "Working For the Weekend" follows longtime Meathead Films veteran, Ben Leoni. Ben continues to live in Portland, Maine, and holds down a career as an attorney. He dreams of his weekends skiing in the mountains in between piles of paperwork. The 2014 season kept him plenty busy with his job but he still managed to find time to get outside and explore.

Showcasing legendary backcountry zones as well as hidden gems around New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, "Working For The Weekend" continues it's groundbreaking tradition of showing the best skiing the Northeast hast to offer, without the aid of chairlifts. From deep powder to treacherous ice, Ben and his crew of friends embody the "earn your turns" mantra for the East Coast. #skitheeast

 


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