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2002 Number 14 Resort In North America: Winter Park, Colo.


It's time for Winter Park to lie down on an analyst's couch. The largest city-owned ski resort in North America, Denver's "winter park" has been embraced for more than 60 years by day skiers who drive 67 miles from the city.

Sun Peaks, B.C.

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Sun Peaks used to be called Tod Mountain, but Tod Mountain means Death Mountain in German, so when developers bought the place in 1992, the first order of business was to liven up the name.

Chatter Creek, BC

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Ask any of the owner-operators of Chatter Creek to explain how a bunch of woodsy locals could create one of the premier snowcat lodges in the world and you'll get their standard response.

Snowbasin, Utah Mountain Tour


A tour around Snowbasin, Utah.

25 Top Spots: #19 Beaver Creek, CO


The cache of glamorous homes and posh hotels at Beaver Creek hide a skier's mountain.

25 Top Spots: #17 Park city, UT


Although it packs a whopping 3,300 acres, Park City doesn't scream "big mountain" from the base.

2003 Number 1 Resort in the East: Tremblant, Que.


At some point during your Tremblant vacation, you'll see a small knot of serious people strolling the village taking notes. These are rival ski executives making a pilgrimage (and shaking their heads about their own pitiful villages back home).

2003 Number 18 Resort in North America: The Canyons, Utah


If you find yourself asking "The Where?" you're hardly alone. Since 1997, The Canyons has expanded so aggressively that it is now the largest ski area in Utah -- and among the five largest in the U.S. -- but for many skiers, the resort is still off the radar screen.

2003 Number 7 Resort in the Midwest: Lutsen Mountains, Minn.


Lutsen is huge, triple the size of most other Midwest resorts. With 390 acres of skiable terrain, it's probably the best "pure" ski resort in the Great Lakes region. Boasting the finest fall-line skiing between Denver and Albany, it's charming, distinctive and unique for the Midwest.

2003 Number 29 Resort in North America: Solitude, Utah


When one of his charges performs beyond his abilities, a football coach says the kid "plays big." Solitude, tucked in at the end of beautiful Big Cottonwood Canyon, plays big for its 1,200 acres. Seven lifts, including a high-speed quad, serve its surprisingly satisfying 2,047 vertical feet.

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