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Lost in Time: The Story of Mammoth's Ghost Town Neighbor

On the road to Mammoth Mountain, Calif., an authentic ghost town beckons those hearty enough to endure the trek.

Highway 395 weaves between Reno and Mammoth amid some of the West’s most majestic scenery. The mostly two-lane road hugs the eastern flanks of the dramatic Sierra, traveling past cottonwood-lined creeks, through the raging Walker River canyon and over rolling sagebrush country. Along the route, small towns you might miss in a blink give little indication you’re near a formerly bustling city. But an hour north of Mammoth lies the ghost town of Bodie, once the second largest city in California.

Purgatory All-Season Pass On Sale Now

Summer activities and skiing and riding in the 2008-09 season are available for $539 through May 3.

Stiegler Takes First U.S. Title


Richardson takes combined crown.

Lewèn Bests the Field


Lars Lewèn wins Gold in Snowy Skier X Men's Final.

Bode's Big Secret

Turning Points

Bode Miller skied his way to the top of the World Cup by using a style all his own. Here's what makes him so fast-and what can we learn from him.

Turning Point Keep It Simple

Turning Points

One of my strengths in ski racing is my ability to relax and breathe easily in high-stress situations-even if I'm faking it. In the big events especially, you need to stay calm because everyone else is so fired up.

U.S. Freestyle Team: Ann Battelle


SKIING's interview with one of the top U.S. freestylers.

The Brothers Mahre

From the Top

There's a Legends ski race held annually in Vail, Colo., that is attended by the finest ski champions from the past 50 years. These famous racers, from Anderl Molterer to Franz Klammer and from Andrea Mead Lawrence to Tamara McKinney...

Telluride Questions Development


Hip enough for movie stars and small enough to walk to work, this old mining town has reached a crossroads.

Team Kostelic: One for Each Medal, Plus One


Jurij Hafner will never stand on a medals podium, never be in the Olympic record book. Still, he's an unknown star of the Turin Games, the guy who prepares the skis for Janica Kostelic.

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