Eastern Mountain Sports

Eastern Mountain Sports
Eastern Mountain Sports offers Sporting Goods services in Syracuse 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 Syracuse, New York is 33 and in the Sporting Goods category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Amongst the Whites in New Hampshire, Acadia in Maine, and the Adirondacks, adventures in the Northeast often involve scaling one or more peaks with a single hike. As such, Vermont tends to be skipped over. Yet, as IG's patbly notes, it’s the state to visit when you want to take in the scenery: “Wish I spent more time in Vermont as a kid. There're so many beautiful spots like these that have me itching to come back.” What’s your favorite place to visit in Vermont, and why?

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Everything has an expiration.

For a day of snowshoeing in the Whites, IG's greatrangeframes packed up her EMS Sector 40 and set out along the trails with a pair of @tubbssnowshoes. When you’re planning to snowshoe up powder-covered peaks, what’s your must-have gear?

Photographing the sunset through a blizzard in the Whites? Why not! IG's jeremygphotography does that here with a four-image shot from the Kancamagus Highway. For capturing a similar image, goEast article “How to Photograph the Sunrise and the Sunset” offers some tips, but based on your experience, what advice do you have for other outdoor photographers?

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From mountains blanketed with green to patches of red, yellow, and orange, to, finally, snow-covered trees, each season transforms the landscape, whether you’re looking at it from the forest floor or above treeline. For IG's coreyoutdoors, a recent hike in Vermont reminded him of: “Staring out into the endless ocean of snow-covered trees. Winter hiking always reminds me of something out of a Dr. Seuss book. Now and then, it’s good to fulfill the little things that can make you feel like a kid again.” During your winter hikes, what does the landscape look like to you? Tell us your thoughts and impressions in the comments.

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