Ian Spiro flew west to Island Lake Lodge and added a few extra yards to his air miles with a method he perfected back east at his home mountain Killington, where he’s shown here cheering on his pal Randy Gaetano in the pipe on a nice spring day not long after the U.S. Open. Long live run-on sentences and the spirit of the East.

Nov 1996 Issue 10.3

307 Pages

Ian Spiro flew west to Island Lake Lodge and added a few extra yards to his air miles with a method he perfected back east at his home mountain Killington, where he’s shown here cheering on his pal Randy Gaetano in the pipe on a nice spring day not long after the U.S. Open. Long live run-on sentences and the spirit of the East. PHOTO: Jeff Curtes

Issue highlights:

  • Inverts
  • Right Coast Right Time
  • Home For The Open
  • Tuckerman Ravine
  • Chasing Bark In Vermont
  • East-Side Stories
  • The Heart Of The bEAST
  • A Tribute To The High Speed Quad
  • Snow Life
  • Who? Frank Screm, Athena