These boys break out all the stops to cinematically capture the essence of how much fun you can have riding in Vermont. All of the aspects, from the straight powder to the umping, the hiking, slalom riding, snow surfing, and some sick aerials. Besides the powder porn, which makes 100 North a powder porn must see film is the music score. A total complement to the images that are going to have you dreaming of your next powder day.
When I first started snowboarding, it was on the east coast. I recall standing in lift lines at places like Hunter Mountain in New York and Mountain Creek in New Jersey, and I would think that we must love this sport because of some of the horrible conditions we subject ourselves to experience. Do not mistake what I am saying about east coast riding. There are many great days. There are many powder days. But there are also gnarly days where it is so windy and cold that you feel like you are riding down a sheet of ice.
When one rides the west coast, there is a sense of freedom, a feeling that you can explore whatever aspect (within reason) that you want to explore. You might come across different mountain elements, but what you will not come across are things like water pipes.
With that being said, there are some mountains on the east coast that have these similar qualities of west coast mountains. A state that is home to some of these mountains that we speak of is in Vermont. You are not going to get 14ers, but with the right conditions, you will get something at about 8000 that because of the layout has the feel of a tree run on the west coast.