From New England, But Holds True Anywhere -- READ -- "Active Outdoors: Mix up the routine by exploring a new ski area" by Tim Jones

Tuckerman Ravine, Mt. Washington, NH - Credit: Steve Bennett [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons
As some of you might be starting to realize, I am from and currently based out of New England. So, anytime I find something from the area, I usually take the time to read or watch it. Today I found an article from the Concord Monitor right here in New Hampshire.

The point of the article is made very clear in the title and it is a point that I can agree with wholeheartedly. During my time working at a ski resort, my friends and I often took this heart, as well as took advantage of our ski pass. You see, I worked for the American Ski Company, which owned more mountains in New England than anyone else. Our pass worked at all of those mountains. Now, we didn't get to see them all, but it was always a good time to see what another mountain had to offer.

I know that not everyone has a pass to exploit and skiing is an expensive sport. But, as this article points out, it is also good to get to the little out of the way hills that most people don't think about or even know about. It can be an adventure and could save you a little bit on a day ticket.

If you think that visiting other mountains is a good time, or maybe need a little inspiration to get off your normal hill, feel free to read this article by Tim Jones. The world can be a big place. You might as well see as much as you can and this could be more than enough of a reason to do so.

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