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Here's the lowdown on skiing Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe.Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe 1,300 skiable acres; 1,800 vertical feet; 400 annual inches; 59 runs; seven lifts, including two high-speed six-packs. Tickets: adults $52, teens (13-17) $32, children (6-12) $12; kids under 5 are free. Value Pass, $800, juniors (15 and under) $400.

Slow Start, Fast Finish

Turning Points

Even the world's fastest, fiercest skiers know the benefits of slowing down.

Out With the Old, In With the New: Part II, Step 7

Instruction

Modern skiers know how to use their equipment, the snow and the terrain to their benefit-and you can too.

Traveling Light

Travel

Some wayfarers claim it's all about the journey. They probably haven't navigated an eight-foot ski bag from car to curb to counter or lifted a lumpy duffel the size of a Volkswagen. On flights, these people carry on books, not boots. In short, they probably aren't skiers.

Traveling to ski resorts with a full load of equipment has always been an ornery proposition. With increased airport security and now-marathon check-in lines, it will be even more awkward this season.

Are You In Control?

Turning Points

Do like former Olympian Dave Currier and use your whole body to take control of your skis. When you do, you'll instantly notice a power shift in your favor.

Are You In Control?

Instruction

You can't just stand on your skis and ride 'em. You have to lead the way.

Skis 1999: Getting in Shapes

Features

We've listened to you. We've skied with you. And we know your little secret: A lot of you aren't having as much fun on the slopes as you could.

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