Eastern Mountain Sports

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Eastern Mountain Sports
Eastern Mountain Sports offers Sporting Goods services in Ithaca NY.

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Eastern Mountain Sports has an overall ZapScore of 90. This means that Eastern Mountain Sports has a higher ZapScore than 90% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Ithaca, New York is 41 and in the Sporting Goods category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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While hiking up the Catskills’ Hunter Mountain, IG's lukekellytravels observed: “snow was falling through the sunshine and the woods were dead quiet. Can't think of a better way to spend a winter day in the Northeast.” What’s your favorite part of a winter hike?

Whether you’re spending the night in a cabin, hiking to the peak and back, or camping outdoors, you’ve got to watch at least one sunset during winter. Particularly, as you can see from this shot by IG's chriswhiton, its red, orange, and purple hues pop out against the gray Northeastern landscape. This time of year, where’s your favorite spot to see the sunset? Tell us where and why in the comments.


It's one of the Northeast's all-time classic outdoor adventures. bit.ly/2mYIqif

It’s one of the Northeast’s all-time classic outdoor adventures.
Before you go skiing in Tuckerman Ravine this winter, know what to expect, which routes to try, and what gear to bring, starting with our guide.

We're sending our friends at Mount Washington Observatory the new EMS Alpine Ascender Stretch Jacket made with Polartec Alpha insulation and Repreve recycled performance fibers. Check out the full specs here: http://bit.ly/2DrREhq

It might not be a 4,000-footer, but that doesn’t mean the journey won't have its challenges. When climbing Mt. Cardigan, a 3,156 ft. peak in the Whites, IG's coreyoutdoors observed: “My camera was frozen. We pushed our way to summit, realizing we were only going to be there to enjoy it for a very short amount of time before needing to go back down out of necessity. Every inch of the ground was a slab of ice; an ice different than most I’m used to. It made me feel alienated by the ground I’ve so familiarly walked before. We quickly regained our momentum, but in the opposite direction, stopping only briefly to wonder if the morning sun would break through...” Whether in the Whites, ADKs, or Catskills, which under 4,000-foot peaks have you climbed this winter?


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@CabralRon Hey there! Our corporate location is - Eastern Mountain Sports 160 Corporate Court Meriden, CT 06450


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