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All Poles Are Not Created Equal


They may not be the sexiest part of your ski setup, but these six sticks are worth a double take.

How to Buy Skis


Skis and bindings were once purchased separately, like accessories-à  la carte. Now, they have become one.

Ski Midwest: Little Gem, Boston Mills/Brandywine, An Ohio Oasis


Uniquely situated on either side of the Cuyahoga River, Boston Mills/Brandywine are two small areas that offer big skiing in the heart of Ohio.

Solitary Salt Lake City


The 2002 Winter Olympics may be Salt Lake's official coming out party, but skiing has been woven into the city's fabric for nearly a century. Organized skiing dates back to the Thirties, when it blossomed under the guidance of ski patriarch Alf Engen.

2001 Number 7 Resort in the Midwest: Welch Village, Minn.


Cracking SKI's Midwest Top 10 list for the first time, Welch depends on an age-old formula of providing interesting terrain, good service and solid value. "Lots of variety and challenge," says one reader.

2001 Number 8 Resort in the Midwest: Crystal Mountain, Mich.


The people who run Crystal Mountain are masters of the "resort tweak." As one reader puts it, "This is a small resort that maximizes its assets; they get the details right." On the hill, Crystal uses every inch of terrain to its utmost potential.

Little Gem: 1,000 Feet of Fun

Travel East

With rugged terrain and more snow than you've got a right to expect in upstate New York, Plattekill measures up. And now's your chance to get a piece of the action.

Black Diamond Gloves 2001-02


Black Diamond unveils the Thermostat, a new glove featuring Schoeller ComforTemp.

2001 Number 6 Resort in the Midwest: Chestnut Mountain, Ill.


Set high on the bluffs above the Mississippi River, Chestnut Mountain Resort overlooks three states (Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin). The vista is breathtaking, particularly at sunset. But what really propels Chestnut into the Top 10 this year is its overal

Tremblant Mountain Tour


A mountain tour of Tremblant. Tremblant has had trails on both the north and south sides for decades, but they've expanded to the point where you can practically ski all 360 degrees.

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