I’ll be working with Burke Mountain all season long to bring you the inside scoop on what’s going on at the mountain. Look for an update to be coming out about every other week with info on new terrain, killer powder days, renewable wind energy on the mountain, new housing development, and much more!
The 2011-12 East Coast Snowcross came to Burke this weekend for its first competition of the season. Burke greeted racers with a fresh track of snow, which was a relief given the unseasonably warm temperatures so far this season.
Sinister bikes rider Sasha Yakovleff doing some fall riding in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.
Produced and Edited by Adam Klein; Filming by Adam Klein and Brian Nelson; Music- Go Outside by Cults
Shot on a Canon 7D and Sony HDR-FX7; Edited using FCP and Ae
The Lowell-Eden asbestos mine, located on the same mountain range as Jay Peak in Northern Vermont, once produced 83% of the country’s asbestos and was in operation from the late 1800s until 1993. When it closed down due to EPA restrictions in 1992 everything was left as is, including the giant piles of unwanted leftover material known as tailings, and nothing is currently planed for the site.
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|Eden Asbestos Mine
I’ll be up in Burke this weekend for the Bike ‘n Brew festival on Saturday and IdeRide jump jam on Sunday, hope to see ya out there!
Vermont Adventure Camps and Adventure Travel Camps out of Thetford Hill, Vermont is the sickest summer camp any kid could hope to go to. They take kids climbing, rappelling, whitewater rafting and kayaking, canyoneering, and other cool stuff that most of us adults never get to do. Check em out online at www.VermontAdventureCamps.com
We got into the holiday spirit with a charlie brown christmas tree setup in the dashney mile terrain park
A Schuylkill County man is dead after fire tore through his duplex home in Cass Township early on the morning of July 6, 2014. The fire started around 2:40 a.m. at 33 South Maple Avenue. When responders arrived the left side of the home was completely engulfed in flames. Attempts were made to get inside of the home in hopes of rescuing the victim, but were unsuccessful. Police said Richard “Rickey” Dermo, 65, died inside the burning building from a myocardial infarction (heart attack).