GEOSAP was started on December 30, 2007 on the heels of the snowiest December in recent memory. Created with the purpose of mapping open ski areas and providing statistics on their trails and lifts, GEOSAP continues to move ahead, with an average of 2.35 areas added per day in the first 2 weeks.



Andy Eichelberger grew up near Ski Roundtop, PA, went to school near Greek Peak, NY, and now lives in Arlington, MA, where he flies small planes up to his shack by the airport at Sunday River, ME, as often as possible.


David Howland is a student in Massachusetts. An ardent back-country and in-bounds skier, whose photos are available on Webshots, David spends his free time running, biking (road and mountain), skiing, obsessively posting on Time For Tuckerman, BackCountry Agenda, Snow Journal, and Alpine Zone. David also writes the blog Thoughts and Rants, sells on Amazon.com, and publishes select photos on DeviantArt. David skies regularly at Ragged Mountain, Loon, Crotched, and Waterville Valley.

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