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The New Aspen Almanac

Features

Everything you need to know about the new Aspen.

Summer Resorts 2001- Southern Rockies, Vail, Colo.

Features

Every year, Vail competes with Whistler, B.C., for the top spot in SKI's October Reader Resort Survey. Last year, it won again-and that was just for the merits of its winter scene. Nearby rivers, lakes and a broad range of amenities make Vail an equally

May/June 2001

Features

As an avid and purist skier, I guess I am supposed to be against snowboarding. To tell you the truth, I could care less if you ski, board or slide down the mountain on a cafeteria tray as long as you get what you are seeking from the mountain.

Crème de la Crème: The Hyatt At Beaver Creek

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Beaver Creek is about decadence with a purpose. The Hyatt, Beaver Creek's centerpiece hotel, perfectly defines that purpose.

Crème de la Crème: The Little Nell

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I can never sleep at The Little Nell. It's not the beds that keep me awake. They're as soft and downy as new-fallen snow. Nor is it the purr of snowcats prowling the peaks outside my window.

2001 Number 27 Resort in North America: Keystone, Colo.

Travel

Keystone, which moved up six spots in the rankings, may come as close as any North American resort to being all things to all skiers.

Steamboat Locals Fret Over Resort's Non-Sale

News

Steamboat Springs residents are concerned about the future of the resort after a potential sale to a locally backed group collapsed.

Colorado Receives Significant Snowfall; More on the Way

News

As weather reports promised, more snow covered the high country of Colorado this morning. Many mountain residents woke up to snow in town as well as covering the slopes of their local ski resort.

Colorado Ski Country USA Names New President and CEO

News

The Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) Board of Trustees has named Rob Perlman president and CEO. Rob joins CSCUSA from Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in California where he served as executive director of marketing and sales.

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