Tenney | January 27, 2011
Got a late start today and decided on Tenney Mountain, a recently closed resort located off the Plymouth, NH exit. Andy heard this place had some good terrain and it’s moderately close to home compared to our regular adventures. The place was a ghost town but there was a lot of cat tracks running up and down the trails, almost like someone’s been doing snowcat laps. There is some awesome stuff over to the skier’s left but the majority of the main trails still had a ways to go until it could be considered full coverage. We had a great time anyways and prospected some stuff for future trips. Finally replaced the broken D5000 with a Nikon D3100, here are some photos…back to the grind tomorrow.Andy just bought a splitboard — much more accessibility.The up.Next time we know where to go.Shot from my backyard, these most recent storms have been all coastal, hopefully things turn around.
This entry was posted on January 27, 2011 by Ryan Denning. It was filed under Snow Photos, Snow Related, Storm Chasing and was tagged with alpine live, Alpine-live.com, alpinelive, plymouth new hampshire, plymouth state, plymouth state college, tenney mountain.
Cat tracks are from the cable company serving a radio tower at the top of the mountain. Good find on Tenney. Saw your car in the lot while cruising by. Just try not to blow it up too much. Last thing we want is a bunch of Masses thinking its a paradise and the bank (that owns Tenney) shutting down the hiking that is pretty much “don’t ask, don’t tell” at this point.
February 5, 2011 at 7:21 pm