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Mammoth Mountain, Calif.: Rank 17 West, 1998


In the early Eighties, Mammoth Mountain was the nation's No. 1 area for skier visits. On slope, the reasons for its huge appeal haven't changed: Mammoth is a big, brawny mountain with abundant snowfall and a stunning natural setting.

Boyne Highlands, Mich.: Rank 4 East of Lake Michigan, 1998


Boyne Highlands, about 20 miles north of Boyne Mountain, is the larger of the two Boyne resorts in Michigan. With 42 ski runs and the capacity for 1,200 guests, it's a sprawling complex.

Copper Mountain


Anchored by a dynamic mountain, a Colorado resort steps up with a new village-and a new attitude.

The Devil's Half-Dozen: Banana Chute Crested Butte, Colo.


The top of Banana Chute reaches to nearly 11,000 feet and plunges 3,000. It's named for its shape.

The Devil's Half-Dozen: Dave Murray Downhill Whistler, B.C.


It drops more than 3,300 vertical feet in just over a mile and a half. Dave Murray Downhill is the second longest downhill in the world and will be the site for the 2010 Olympic course.

Wisp Mountain Resort: Snow Wonder

Travel East

'Little Tahoe?' That might be over-stating it a bit, but lakeside Wisp gets more snow than a Maryland resort has any right to—with terrain that keeps things interesting.

Brian Head, Utah Essentials


Everything you need to know about Brian Head, Utah.

Castle Mountain Mountain Tour


A guided tour around Castle Mountain, Alb.

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