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Travel For 40 years skiers have enjoyed the mountain that's known as "the cult capital of winter sports." Though the landscape of the resort may have changed with second homes and ...

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Travel What's not to love about Wildcat? Classic trails like Polecat and Lynx that wind past million-dollar views of Tuckerman Ravine and Mt. Washington; a down-home, hard-skiing ...

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Travel The Bag Sugarloaf/USA, Maine Ask any local how long The Bag has been here, and likely he'll scratch his head and hem and haw before responding "forever." Not exactly, but ...

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Mountain Life BRECKENRIDGE, COLO. Just a few minutes south of Breckenridge, this three-bedroom, two-bath single-family home hides in a private mountain setting. With vaulted ...

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Travel Not all vertical was created equal. The 4,139 feet that scroll under your feet relentlessly from the top of Rendezvous Bowl to the bottom of the Gros Ventre is a case in point. ...

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Travel When Marge and Jim Babcock opened the Little Red Ski Haus in 1961, they never imagined that the historic Victorian home would become one of Aspen's legendary ski lodges. For ...

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Features Killington once battled Sugarbush for late-skiing bragging rights in the East. The Bush has since thrown in the towel, leaving it to Big K to reign supreme long after the ...

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News Telluride, CO, Dec. 9, 2003--An early season winter storm dropped nine inches of new snow in the past 24 hours on the southern Colorado resort making for a 27-inch base at the top ...

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Advice Boulder, CO Mar. 14--The Mount Gay Rum Barbados Challenge 2000 race train is still rolling with only two more stops scheduled. Heading for Aspen, CO and Loon, NH, this Giant ...

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Features Blessed by five faces and numerous niches, the"Valley" still pulls 'em in. With wide flanks, hidden glades, monster moguls, quick drop-offs and rolling meadows, ...

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Features Sunday River is not the highest mountain in the East, but it may be the widest. What it lacks in vertical rise is more than compensated for by eight sprawling peaks and a ...

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Features There are 30 million reasons why Vail returns as King of the Hills after being knocked off its throne by Whistler/Blackcomb for two years running. That's how many dollars were ...