By Noah Howell Of course, I'd seen images of the party scene, the famously steep headwall, and knew a little of the history behind Tuckerman Ravine. Located on Mount Washington, the highest mountain on the East Coast at 6,289 feet, Tuckerman is the most famous backcountry ski descent in New England, and listed as one

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