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Aspen/Snowmass Classic Pass On Sale October 13


Ski or ride Aspen/Snowmass for less than $40 per day with no blackout dates.

Coombs Honored by Jackson Hole


Following the tragic death of legendary skier and mountaineer Doug Coombs in Europe last spring, many fellow skiers struggled to come to terms with the loss.

Wham, Bam, Goodbye Tram?


It's like Lincoln's nose falling off Mount Rushmore.

Telluride, Colo.


After a few slow years, a new boom.

Keystone Colo.: SIGNPOST


Here are the basics for skiing, staying and dining at Keystone Resort.

Ultimate 72-hour Escapes: Weekends Europe


East Coast skiers can take off for Switzerland as easily as California. Make it St. Moritz for the weekend.

Jay Peak, Vermont: Rank 16 East, 1997


Jay is perhaps New England's most intriguing resort. It gets big dumps and attracts a bilingual crowd because it's just 90 miles from Montreal.

Park City, Utah: Rank 13 West, 1997


Like any first-class host, Park City is already preparing for its coming-out party at the 2002 Olympics.

Heavenly, California: Rank 25 West, 1997


Heavenly, like many things immense, is a series of splendid oxymorons. The resort is tough to look at, incredible to look from.

Gore Mountain, New York: Rank 9 East, 1997


Owned by a state government notorious for bloated bureaucracies, Gore Mountain is one tax-supported operation that actually works. The hill is deceptive, with most of its respectable 2,100 vertical hidden behind a false summit.

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