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Déjà -Ski

Features

Have you ever found yourself mid-run and forgotten which area you're at? Or wondering if you have skied the same run before? All over snow country, we have McTrails that look alike and ski alike.

25 Top Spots: # 25 Crystal, WA

Travel

Crystal's base lacks a village, the snow lacks loft, and the après lacks a scene, which means this Cascade resort cracked the Top 25 because of sheer size and terrain.

25 Top Spots: # 25 Crystal, WA

Travel

Crystal's base lacks a village, the snow lacks loft, and the après lacks a scene, which means this Cascade resort cracked the Top 25 because of sheer size and terrain.

Backcountry Gear/Accessories 2003

Gear

The new backcountry toys and tools will save your sanity—and quite possibly your skin.

Randonee/Alpine Touring Gear 2003

Gear

Gearing up for the backcountry? Here's what's new, what's as good as it ever was, and what just might save your skin in a sketchy situation.

Telemark Gear 2003: Free the Heel, Free the Mind

Gear

The new backcountry toys and tools will save your sanity—and quite possibly your skin.

2003 Number 6 Resort in the Midwest: Shanty Creek, Mich.

Features

When you enter Shanty Creek, it's like entering a mini city. The lower Michigan resort encompasses 90 skiable acres, three villages, lodging of every type, conference facilities, dining, spas, a transit system, and two ski mountains with 46 runs and 11 lifts.

2003 Number 5 Resort in the Midwest: Big Powderhorn, Mich.

Features

When Midwesterners decide to "supersize" their skiing, they head to Big Powderhorn in Michigan's western U.P. Big Powderhorn presents skiing on a grand scale that few other resorts in the region can match.

2003 Number 9 Resort in the Midwest: Chestnut Mountain, Ill.

Features

Located high on a bluff above the Mississippi River, eight scenic miles from historic Galena, Chestnut Mountain has long been one of the Midwest's most popular resorts. It has 17 trails, a 475-foot vertical drop, five chairlifts and three surface lifts, a seven-acre terrain park with halfpipes, quarter pipes, tabletops, kickers and rollers.

Honey, I Forgot the Kids

Features

As with any mass overland invasion, planning and executing a trip to the slopes requires a sound strategy.

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