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Last stop weekend photos at Craftsbury Outdoor Center: Daisy and Johannes cross country ski in warm temps and soft snow (photo 1). Selfie of Jake and Helen (photo 2) Daisy and Johannes hitch a cross country ski ride with Oliver and Eric (photo 3). Photo Credits: Jake and Helen Hollenbach.

We're back for the third and final part of our winter adventure to ski all 23 of the cross country ski areas in Vermont!

To recap from Tour De Hollenbach Part 1 and Part 2:
Helen, 3 year old Johannes and I started a winter 2021/22 adventure to ski all 23 of the cross country ski areas that are part of the Ski Vermont reciprocal pass program. If you get a season pass at any participating area you can get one free day ticket at every other ski area.

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Comments | Posted in News Cross Country Skiing By Jake Hollenbach

We are delighted to announce a new partnership with U.S. Ski & Snowboard.

Ski Rack Inc. is delighted to announce a new partnership with U.S. Ski & Snowboard. Ski Rack Inc. supplied U.S. Ski and Snowboard with a Wintersteiger Race NC tuning machine that will be the foundation for the first ever proprietary, European-based ski grinding program for the Davis U.S. Cross Country Team.

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The Claim ski boot: white boot with gold accents. The last Full Tilt ski boot ever to be made is now at Skirack.

Introducing the Full Tilt Claim. The boot worn by the best skiers in the world, and the last boot they will be releasing as a brand. Skirack is proud to be the only shop in New England to carry the Claim Boot and Après Bootie.

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Hollenbach family ski at Wild Wings (photo 1). Selfie of Jake, Johannes and Helen in front of Blueberry Lake Cross Country Center sign (photo 2) Jake leans his Fischer skis against a Nordic Map at Stratton Mountain Nordic (photo 3). Photo Credit: Jake and Helen Hollenbach.

We're back for part 2 of our winter adventure to ski all 23 of the cross country ski areas in Vermont!

To recap from Tour De Hollenbach Part 1: Helen, 3 year old Johannes and I started a winter 2021/22 adventure to ski all 23 of the cross country ski areas that are part of the Ski Vermont reciprocal pass program. If you get a season pass at any participating area you can get one free day ticket at every other ski area.

In partnership with Fischer and Skirack, we present Tour De Hollenbach - Stops 8 through 15: Blueberry Lake Cross Country, Ole’s Cross Country Center, Mountain Top Inn & Resort, Mountain Meadows, Wild Wings Ski Touring Center, Viking Nordic Center, Stratton Mountain Nordic Center, and Prospect Mountain Ski Area.

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Comments | Posted in News Cross Country Skiing By Jake Hollenbach

Helen and 3 year old Johannes cross country ski on the

Helen, 3 year old Johannes and I started a winter 2021/22 adventure to ski all 23 of the cross country ski areas that are part of the Ski Vermont reciprocal pass program. If you get a season pass at any participating area you can get one free day ticket at every other ski area. For us it is an underutilized perk that we’re going to try to maximize this winter, and it will motivate us to get out for some local adventuring.

In partnership with Fischer and Skirack, we present Tour De Hollenbach: Stops 1 through 7: Sleepy Hollow Inn, Camel’s Hump Nordic, Memphremagog Trails, Jay Peak Resort, Catamount Outdoor Family Center, Trapp Family Lodge and Rikert Nordic Center.

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1 Comments | Posted in News Cross Country Skiing By Jake Hollenbach

Celebrating Our Relationship with the Intervale Center. A close partner deeply aligned with our mission: to inspire our community to pursue a lifetime of
outdoor activity and environmental stewardship. Graphic: Carly Freeman.

For the past 37 years, Patagonia has been funding grassroot environmental organizations in an effort to, as their mission reads, “to Save our Home Planet.” Skirack and Patagonia Burlington have been fortunate to be a part of this effort through grant support to the Intervale Center. In recent years, the grant has been given to the Intervale Center’s Conservation Nursery, whose focus is to raise and plant tens of thousands of native trees every year to support and improve water quality in Vermont. This has also been put forward to sequester carbon, fight erosion and build a better wildlife habitat.

This year, we are happy to announce that through Patagonia’s Action Works Grant Program, Skirack and Patagonia Burlington have been able to once again show our support with a grant of $15,000 to the Intervale Center: to support not just the continuation of critical conservation projects through the nursery, but to expand into supporting the organization’s broad range of conservation and agriculture projects aimed to strengthen community food systems. The grant is providing core resources to maintain the best services they can to their farmers, improve land and water quality, and bring more people into the good food movement.

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Explore. Shop. Love. VERMONT.

Last holiday season, Patagonia continued making waves with their “Buy Less, Demand More.” holiday campaign. Patagonia Burlington's Indiana Peters explains: "Buy Less, Demand More." calls for consumers to purchase sustainable, multi-functional, and enduring products with the broad goal of achieving corporate accountability in the industry and of doing work to manage environmental impact.

This forward thinking holiday campaign created a spark for me. I began a deep dive into past purchases I’ve made and concluded that my shopping habits could be revamped. I thought about many impulse purchases I’ve made for something I really didn’t need, the mistakes I’ve made in the past with gift giving (“it’s the thought that counts!”), how I cared for current items I owned, and then what happens when they are no longer usable.

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Winter sports gear (more specifically for backcountry skiing or backyard exploration) has been in demand like never before. Photo Credit: Zach Walbridge.

The Popularity of Cross Country Skiing + Backcountry Snowsports

Last winter, the outdoor community saw an unprecedented surge in winter outdoor activities. Between travel and ski resort restrictions, more people discovered or rediscovered snowsports as a way to get out of the house, get back into shape, or socialize while enjoying the outdoors.

As a direct result of this popularity, winter gear has been in demand like never before. Last winter, touring and backcountry cross country skis and equipment sold out, with few or no options for our buyers to reorder. We also saw an uptick for backcountry gear and snowshoes. Indoor bike trainers also increased in popularity as people preferred the flexibility of riding at home with their friends virtually. More recently, running shoes and clothing have seen supply issues due to production and shipping delays.

If this all sounds familiar, it should. We’re still experiencing the same demand and supply issues with finding a bike.

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Celebrating Our Relationship with the Intervale Center. A close partner deeply aligned with our mission: to inspire our community to pursue a lifetime of
outdoor activity and environmental stewardship. Graphic: Carly Freeman.

For the past 36 years, Patagonia has been funding grassroot environmental organizations in an effort to, as their mission reads, “to Save our Home Planet.” Skirack and Patagonia Burlington have been fortunate to be a part of this effort through grant support to the Intervale Center. In recent years, the grant has been given to the Intervale Center’s Conservation Nursery, whose focus is to raise and plant tens of thousands of native trees every year to support and improve water quality in Vermont. This has also been put forward to sequester carbon, fight erosion and build a better wildlife habitat.

This year, we are happy to announce that through Patagonia’s Action Works Grant Program, Skirack and Patagonia Burlington have been able to once again show our support with a grant of $20,000 to the Intervale Center: to support not just the continuation of critical conservation projects through the nursery, but to expand into supporting the organization’s broad range of conservation and agriculture projects aimed to strengthen community food systems. The grant is providing core resources to maintain the best services they can to their farmers, improve land and water quality, and bring more people into the good food movement.

It is no secret that the past year has been challenging for everyone and through Patagonia’s grant program, the Intervale Center is able to continue their hard work and efforts, while also planning for the future health of their organization.

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Top 5 Sustainable Clothing Brands

Apr 12, 2021 2:27:00 PM

Sustainable Clothing Brands. Photo Credit: Zach Walbridge.

When looking for the perfect activewear piece, there is a lot to think about. Is it moisture wicking? Is it comfortable? How does it fit? Can it be worn on many different adventures and seasons? Is it high quality and long lasting? And finally, is it sustainable? Sustainability has quickly come to the forefront and now more than ever is a major factor people consider when making buying decisions. At Skirack, we take all these questions into consideration when carefully curating our collections each season. We work closely with our trusted brands and dive a little deeper into what sustainability means, asking: who made it, how is it made, where are the materials sourced, and what is it made up of?

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