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Lodging: Okemo, VT

A new base area ups the luxury quotient at one of ski country's favorite resorts.

Okemo has long epitomized the classic, family-friendly Vermont resort—a low-key alternative to the bustle of Stratton and the frenetic pace of Killington. Credit owners Tim and Diane Mueller, who have focused on exceptional service and kept a steady hand on growth and expansion. Okemo is still friendly and low-key, but it's finally hitting that sweet spot where "comfortable merges with "upscale. The new Okemo is a sleek, efficient machine capable of handling the weekend influx from southern New England and greater New York City.

The Four-Percent Solution


No longer the punch line of bad jokes and cheesy ski-town T-shirts, Utah's beers can now be enjoyed, not just endured.

Cold Comfort

Mountain Life

Makers of ice wines allow their grapes to freeze on the vine. Frostbite never tasted so sweet.

Boot Test 2003: How We Test Boots


Pause for a moment, next time you're atop the Wildwood Express, and look around. From our boot-test headquarters in the Wildwood Smokehouse, two miles high, the view in all directions is stunning. At our feet lay an unlimited choice of terrain, and on day two, 10 inches of spring powder made for perfect Freeride testing. How could it be any better? Two words: Free lunch.

Inn of the Month: Jackson House Inn


To compensate for Killington's multiple bumped-up peaks, it helps to have creamy Anichini sheets to stretch out on and perhaps a thermal massage tub à deux with a skylight view of the stars.

Old and Bold

Mountain Life

A complex liquor with a long tradition, gin needn't be predictable.



The mother lode of California winemaking during the Gold Rush, Sierra Foothills vineyards are again striking it rich.

Stout and Porter

Mountain Life

Cold, hungry and parched? A hearty microbrew will quench your thirst, fill your tank-even warm you up.

It's the Snow


Nub's Nob keeps Michigan skiers happy where it counts—on the hill

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