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Ski for Glory Over Independence Weekend

Travel

Celebrate Independence Day by getting a tan...on the slopes. These ski resorts offer the perfect excuse to head to the mountains for holiday festivities, great lodging deals, and a weekend of sunny skiing.

Souping Up Mad River's Single Chair

News

After 50 years of service, Mad River Glen Ski Resort, VT voted to restore and upgrade their cherished chairlift.

Vail Valley Receives 3 Feet of Snow

News

Storm dumps up to thee-and-a-half feet of snow at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone.

Tamarack Puts Finishing Touches on Resort

News

New lifts, new runs, and expanded snowmaking scheduled for Tamarack's second season.

Holiday Valley, New York: Rank 8 East, 1997

Features

Blessed by five faces and numerous niches, the"Valley" still pulls 'em in. With wide flanks, hidden glades, monster moguls, quick drop-offs and rolling meadows, diversification is the bait.

Beaver Creek, Colorado: Rank 20 West, 1997

Features

Like a precocious little sister, Beaver Creek offers much of the excellence of neighboring Vail¿just in a smaller, cuter package. "The Beav" pampers its guests with the fifth-ranked Service and eighth-ranked Grooming in the country.

Sun Valley, Idaho: Rank 19 West, 1997

Features

There's nothing dotty about the dowager of American ski resorts. Sun Valley earned Top-10 national rankings in Service, Grooming, On-Mountain Food, Après-Ski, Lifts, Dining and Lodging.

Steamboat, Colorado: Rank 11 West, 1997

Features

Let's move beyond the cowboy image and enjoy Steamboat for what it is: a great ski resort. Readers awarded Steamboat seven gold medals, five of them for the stuff of skiers' dreams: Snow Quality, Grooming, Terrain, Lifts and Weather.

Solitude, Utah: Rank 16 West, 1997

Features

Lonely maybe, but you'll never be bored at this terrain-packed hideaway tucked high up in Big Cottonwood Canyon.

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