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2004 Midwest Rankings

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A preview of the top resorts in the Midwest.

Summer Resorts 2001- Midwest: Boyne USA, Mich.

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Boyne's solution to skiers' summer blues? Simple: 162 holes of golf within 27 miles of Lake Michigan's shoreline. Between Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands and Bay Harbor resorts, 11 championship courses roll over a delightful mix of terrain.

Summer Resorts 2003: Boyne USA, Michigan

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Summer at Boyne USA is inextricably tied to the quest for the perfect golf swing.

Thanks, Everett

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Sometimes it takes a personal encounter to know the measure of a man.

Big Sky Opens for One-Day Ski Teaser

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Big Sky Resort made the decision early Friday morning to open the Explorer lift for one day of skiing on the lower mountain for Sunday November 3.

2003 Number 1 Resort in the Midwest: Nub's Nob, Mich.

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When Nub's Nob shot to the top of the Midwest Top 10 last year, it was a shocker. After all, the northern Michigan resort is a ski area with no hotel, no snazzy restaurants and no marketing director in a three-piece suit.

2003 Number 8 Resort in the Midwest: Boyne Mountain, Mich.

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The past year has been a rough one for Boyne Mountain. Construction delays have pushed back the opening of its Mountain Grand Lodge & Spa, and owner Everett Kircher, a Midwest and, indeed, North American-legend, passed away last winter. But Boyne maintains its reputation as the Midwest's most storied ski resort.

2003 Number 2 Resort in the Midwest: Boyne Highlands, Mich.

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Boyne Highlands, near Harbor Springs in lower Michigan, has been a mainstay in Midwest skiing since 1964. "For this region, Boyne Highlands is about as good as it gets," says a reader.

Gold Medal Shops 2003: Midwest

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SKI readers pick the top 60 ski shops in North America

Outside The Box

Warren Miller

In 1948 Pappy Rogers, the general manager of Sun Valley, Idaho, sold the world's first chairlift to a young man from Detroit. Pappy wanted $5,000 for the already obsolete, wood-tower chairlift. Everett Kircher talked him down to $4,800 and then set to

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