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What's New at Lake Louise for the 2008-2009 Season

New Lifts, Ski School, and more are happening at Lake Louise

Photo by: Henry Georgi

Vail Mtn Hosts Nostalgia Day for Highline Lift Sunday, April 15

News

Sign up to acquire a chair later this spring.

Bridger Bowl, Mont.

Travel

This small but mighty skier's mountain savors itspast as it carefully plots its future.

Silverton Expands With More Expert Terrain

News

Silverton Mountain has come out on top after some lawsuit-mingling. Get the scoop and hear some enthusiastic remarks.

Skiing Red

Travel

Bear-bile capsules, congee and startlingly brutal temps: Yabuli is Chinese skiing at its best.

36 Hours of Mayhem Rocks Keystone

Travel

Keystone opened their season with 36 hours of continuous skiing, five inches of fresh snow, and a whole bunch of crazed skiers and boarders.

Bromley, Vermont: Rank 20 East, 1997

Features

Within sight of Stratton and a short drive from Okemo, Bromley is a down-home, sensibly priced alternative to those regional giants.

Big Sky, Montana: Rank 24 West, 1997

Features

With the second biggest vertical in the U.S. (4,180 feet) and jaw-dropping expert terrain off the Lone Peak Tram, Big Sky is starting to get noticed.

Attitash, New Hampshire: Rank 17 East, 1997

Features

If Wildcat is the bruiser of the Mount Washington Valley, Attitash is the soother.

Snowbird, Utah: Rank 16 West, 1998

Features

Charlie Parker said "If you don't live it, it won't come out your horn." With 500 annual inches of Utah snow, a diehard local attitude and an Alps-like smorgasbord of terrain, Snowbird lives it.

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