"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.
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.
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
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
For the first time in history, Killington plans to offer more than 100 trails and nearly 40 miles of terrain for skiing and riding this holiday weekend; Natural snowfall and snowmaking play key roles in terrain expansion