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Are You Good Enough...to Ski the Backcountry?

Features

Can you handle the other side of the rope?

The Ultimate Wish List 2003

Gear

Big mountain freeskier? Gearhead racer? Backcountry purist? We've got the toys you want.

Sun Peaks, B.C.

Travel Pacific

Sun Peaks used to be called Tod Mountain, but Tod Mountain means Death Mountain in German, so when developers bought the place in 1992, the first order of business was to liven up the name.

Summer Biking 2003: Rollins Pass

Features

When Colorado entrepreneur John Quincy Adams Rollins carved a road over the Continental Divide in the 1860s, he did more than open a route for wagons: Rollins bestowed future mountain bikers with an epic ride over the top of America.

Both Sides of the Rope

Features

Take advantage of resorts' backcountry-access gates with gear that is handy inbounds and critical out-of-bounds.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report: Jan 6, 2003

Features

More snow is coming to New England where skiing is outstanding. Utah and Colorado may get 5-12" by later in the week while conditions improve in much of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report: Jan 6, 2003

Features

More snow is coming to New England where skiing is outstanding. Utah and Colorado may get 5-12" by later in the week while conditions improve in much of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.

Big Hearts, Little Areas: Montana's Small Ski Areas

Features

A guide to Montana's small ski areas.

25 Top Spots: #10 Fernie, B.C.

Travel

Fernie is no longer a hidden little playground for in-the-know powder hounds-not with a new owner and an expansion that doubled terrain to 2,500 acres just four years ago.

25 Top Spots: #18 The Canyons, UT

Travel

Labyrinthine is the word that best describes the constellation of valleys and ridges that make up The Canyons; lost is the word that best describes the plight of first-time visitors who don't take the size and diversity of this place seriously.

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