Erica Houskeeper is a writer, photographer and communications professional with more than 20 years of experience. She grew up in Manchester, Vermont, and started skiing at age 4 at Bromley Mountain. She also spent her childhood skiing at Stratton, Magic, and the former Snow Valley ski area. After working as a journalist in Vermont, Erica later became director of communications for the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing. She launched her own business in 2013 and works with a variety of clients, including the University of Vermont, Vermont Farm to Plate and Seventh Generation.
Erica's Recent Stories
Northeast Slopes is a place to escape. The off-the-beaten-path ski area is where you won’t find crowded trails, long lift lines, or packed parking lots. At Northeast Slopes, you’ll discover the exact opposite, plus a sense of nostalgia, community, pride, and excellent skiing. Located along Route 25 in East Corinth, the ski area offers 12 … Read MoreRead More
Cross country skiing is having a moment. It’s about time. Cross country skiing, which was a method of transportation in ancient times, is the oldest type of skiing in the world. Even so, it’s long been overshadowed by the more action-packed sport of alpine skiing. But in the age of Covid, cross-country skiing is becoming more popular than … Read MoreRead More
Please note, this post–among many other posts by All Mountain Mamas–was created and shared before the COVID-19 pandemic and some content may no longer apply. Please always stay updated on Vermont’s travel and gathering guidelines before planning a trip during the 2020-21 season. Ski instructor Kory Gozjack strolled into the Stateside Hotel & Base Lodge … Read MoreRead More