Welcome to our Fall Newsletter - has it been three months already? We've been busy and, as always, we're excited to share with you what we've been up to.
When you grow up skiing in New England, you learn early on how much passion you have for the sport. You learn how to deal with the elements and varying conditions that change on a daily basis. You learn that while powder days exist, you might have to earn them with a couple hours drive, staying at a local B & B, or waking up at sunrise to grab a coveted first chair. You also learn that many other New Englanders share the same passion for being outdoors and on the mountain during the winter months.
For all of you who are Born From Ice we’ve broken down our shortlist of winter spots to visit with your family, friends, or on a solo powder adventure.
We had a blast at the 7th annual AMBC (Appalachian Mountain Bike Club’s) Fall Festival. Hosted on November 5th and 6th, this event took place at the Baker Creek Preserve in Knoxville, Tennessee! Over 1,000 mountain bike enthusiasts joined us for a spectacular weekend of riding, beers, food, music, and promoting sustainable trail access for off-road bicyclists.