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Next Best Places: Durango, Colo.


Cowboys and haute cuisine thrive side by side in a Four Corners town that doesn't like to be typecast.

Go Deep: Four Steps to Sweet Powder Skiing


Whether you're a first-timer or a face-shot veteran, try these tips to master the fluff.

Go Deep: Suiting Up


Snow has a sneaky way of entering any open area in your clothing; therefore powder skiing requires particular attention to how you dress.

Go Deep


Call in sick, unplug the phone, start making excuses: It's a powder day. Here's the next best thing to a February storm: Instruction tips, gear advice, weather wisdom and profiles of three special places-all near major U.S. Resorts-where you won't have to share. The excuses, we're afraid, are up to you.

Copper Mountain, Colo.: Rank 23 West, 1998


Copper may have fallen in the rankings (last year it was No. 14), but the resort's management doesn't seem worried, viewing this as a time of transition.

Skiing's Biggest Secrets: The Motherlode


Named for its mining roots, Silver Mountain, Idaho, could just as easily have been dubbed Snoworld: 430 annual inches bless the resort's rapidly expanding terrain.

Are You Good Call Yourself an Expert?


So you made it down the hill. That alone doesn't make you an expert.

Why We Ski: Powder


"Uh, yeah, Susan? This is Pete (cough, cough). Listen (cough), could you tell Bob I won't be in today?

25 Top Spots: # 5 Mammoth, CA


Treeless up top, with huge expanses of steep, ungroomed snow begging for high-speed turns, Mammoth is as close as you can get to European skiing in the U.S.

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