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Perfect Turns On Any Terrain: Top 100 Instructors-Rockies

Features

SKI selects the top instructors in the Rocky Mountains.

2004 Top 100 Instructors: ROCKIES

Instruction

A list of the top 100 instructors in the rockies.

2004 National Rankings

Features

A preview of the top resorts 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

Traveler: Cool Runnings

Travel

Whether you're Kent Kreitler, Tommy Moe, or Joe Shmoe, standing at the top of a racecourse is a rush. Here are some events where you can prove your worth.

Olympics Frighten Skiers from Resorts

News

The Winter Olympics are scaring skiers away from Utah. The Feb. 8-24 Olympics could boost Utah skiing in the long run, but resort operators say it is having the opposite effect right now.

Brighton Incites USOC

News

After the USOC threatened a copyright infringement lawsuit last year, Brighton Ski Resort has once again pressed the Olympic Committee to action.

Deep in Cottonwood Canyon

News

Snow is falling with a vengeance in Utah's Cottonwood Canyons. Alta, Brighton, Solitude, and Snowbird all opened last weekend with near-50 inch bases. The resorts will be open for the season by the weekend.

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