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Warm Hands

Gear

Wave off finger-freezing cold with the right gloves and mittens.

2001 Number 3 Resort in the East: Killington, Vt.

Travel

"T-t-t-terrain!" stammers one reader. "Seven mountains' worth!" That is perhaps all that needs to be said about Killington. Like a Vail of the East, the Big K simply goes on and on-so big you could never ski it in a day, maybe not even in a week.

2001 Number 19 Resort in the East: Mount Snow, Vt.

Travel

If the destination is Mount Snow, you can get there from here. The American Skiing Co.'s southern Vermont holding draws lots of skiers from the New York-Boston megalopolitan corridor.

2001 Number 13 Resort in the East: Attitash Bear Peak, N.H.

Travel

Attitash Bear Peak packs a lot of wallop into a mid-size resort. It's bigger than it looks, and it skis bigger than it is. American Skiing Co. purchased the 1,750-vertical-foot ski area in 1994 andimmediately began development of adjacent 1,450-foot Bear

2001 Number 7 Resort in North America: Beaver Creek, Colo.

Travel

It's hard to believe that Vail's glam little sister is celebrating her 20th season. Since it opened, Beaver Creek has cemented its status as a "posh and pampering" resort. Where else can you ride an escalator to the slopes while sipping your Starbucks l

2001 Number 17 Resort in the East: Bretton Woods, N.H.

Travel

Bretton Woods has awakened from its long nap. It enters the new millennium with a majorexpansion underway that is taking it from a sleepy, small resort to one that will be among the biggest in New England.

Off to the Races

Travel

British Columbia's newest ski area, Kicking Horse, will hit thebig time in no time.

Explore Locke's Resorts: Fernie Alpine Resort, B.C.

Features

Location is the key to Locke's regional empire. Each one of his Western resorts offers a different ski experience and urban hubs are within a 4-hour drive.

Town Gives Okemo Green Light for Expansion

News

Ludlow gave Okemo the green light on its proposed Jackson Gore expansion, but the ski area must now go before the state of Vermont for approval.

Mt. Bohemia Moving Forward Again

News

After losing financial support from the local government, the developers of the proposed Mt. Bohemia ski area in Michigan have upped the ante and will pay all costs.

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