Good local ski podcast.

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Saratogahalfday Saratogahalfday
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Good local ski podcast.

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast.

3 or the first 4 episodes feature Poco/Killington, Plattekill, and Magic.

Each episode is 1 to 1.5 hrs.
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Yes! I agree, the episodes thus far have been on point! The K episode and the one with Jeremy Davis of New England Lost Ski Areas Project (NELSAP) is especially good... It def motivated me shlep to a glading day at Dutch Hill in southern Vermont, and to hike around Bearpen again.

Another good podcast that's 2-3 seasons in is the Out of Bounds Podcast, made by somewhat broey shop dude out of Springfield MA. Lots of cool interviews for NE and US manufacturers, guides, pros, etc. Any other ski/snow podcasts worth checking out?
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Saratogahalfday wrote
The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast.

3 or the first 4 episodes feature Poco/Killington, Plattekill, and Magic.

Each episode is 1 to 1.5 hrs.
Stuart has an ad on our home page, and wrote this piece for us last year:

https://nyskiblog.com/burke-chasing-winter/

He seems like a solid human to me.
"You just need to go at that shit wide open, hang on, and own it." —Camp
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Yes, the episode looks great as well.  One of my dogs ate that book.

Love your screen name, I'm a Jewish, phish-loving ski bum.
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gefiltephish wrote
. Any other ski/snow podcasts worth checking out?
I used to like this one, but then the guy moved out west and it's a front range Colorado podcast now:
https://wintrymix.podbean.com/
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