This amazing documentary was filmed in New Hampshire’s Tuckerman Ravine.
“Intrepid Descent” captures the classic wilderness experience of skiing Tuckerman Ravine, the infamous and dangerous birthplace of backcountry skiing. Just below the summit of Mount Washington, the tallest peak in New England, the Ravine, with its near 90 degree slopes of rock, ice and snow, has been home to triumph and tragedy since the early 1920s.
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You know, we have it pretty good living Northern NH. Did you know that from Littleton, NH it takes the same amount of time to drive to Montreal as it does to drive to Boston? Pretty amazing, right? Don’t get me wrong, I love Boston but over the past month, I have had the opportunity to go to Montreal twice and I have fallen in love with the city, culture, people and especially their food. Did I mention how good their food is?
On Friday, the day before the show, we had the unique and intimate opportunity to attend a media luncheon at Auberge Saint-Gabriel with over 50 journalists and reporters from the Montreal area. Over wine and a delicious three-course meal, we each talked about what makes New Hampshire a wonderful and easy destination for Canadians.
For two-days NH representatives talked to hundreds of Canadians about what makes New Hampshire so special. From the mountains to the seacoast, New Hampshire has everything for the outdoor enthusiast. And for Canadians, Northern New Hampshire is just 2.5 hours away.
I am lucky enough to be in a profession that I get to promote everything I love to do which is why I enjoy attending trade shows so much. I love meeting and talking to new people, I love promoting Northern New Hampshire, I love seeing people’s faces light up with excitement when talking about all there is to see and do in our region.
It was a time well spent and I am anxious to see how many Canadian visitors come to our region this summer.
Stay tuned for my next blog about taking part in the spring clearing of Mount Washington!