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Miller Takes Fifth in Men's DH

Advice

The men's alpiners opened their Olympic events Sunday with the Men's Downhill and Bode Miller posted the top U.S. finish as he grabbed fifth. Antoine Deneriaz of France smoked the course and the field to win the gold medal.

Downhill Training #2: 4 U.S. Men in Top 15

Advice

Four U.S. skiers placed in the top 15 Friday in the second of three Olympic downhill training runs on the Kandahar Banchetta course in Sestriere.

Hot and Cold Openings

News

Northeastern resorts have benefited from a string of cold days and nights while many resorts in the Pacific Northwest and Rockies have postponed openings due to above average temperatures.

Rahlves Wins First Olympic DH Training Run

Advice

Three-time Olympian Daron Rahlves (Sugar Bowl, CA) topped the field in Thursday's first Olympic downhill training run as he blistered the Kandahar Banchetta course and won by 1.21 seconds over the next fastest competitor.

Burke Rallies to Open with Discount Pass

News

Burke Mountain, VT, a venerable racing institution and local skiing area, offers up a heavily discounted season pass good at two other ski areas in a race to continue operations.

Ski East: Bretton Woods Essentials

Features

The inside scoop on Bretton Woods.

A Weekend at Bretton Woods

The Mount Washington Hotel and Resort—a belle dame of the gilded age—awakens for winter, just in time to christen new terrain at the Bretton Woods ski area. Want to impress your 6-year-olds? Take them to a castle for the weekend.

Published: 2002

"We're staying there?" my twins piped from the back seat as we pulled into the long drive leading up to the Mount Washington Hotel. Forgetting one of our strictest car-ride rules, they scrambled to their knees in their seatbelts, craning for a better look at the colossal white structure topping the rise ahead of us, so big it almost eclipsed New Hampshire's Presidential Range, behind it. "Daddy! That's a castle!"

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