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2003 Number 20 Resort in North America: Snowbird, Utah


The most ironic ranking in this year's reviews is readers bashing the 'Bird for its weaknesses in the Terrain Park department. Dudes, Snowbird is a terrain park. The better part of its 2,500 acres and 3,240 vertical feet are just that, vertical feet.

Déjà -Ski


Have you ever found yourself mid-run and forgotten which area you're at? Or wondering if you have skied the same run before? All over snow country, we have McTrails that look alike and ski alike.

25 Top Spots: #12 Heavenly, CA


Where else can you ski trees by day and jam to Bobby Vinton at night?

2003 Number 5 Resort in the East: Killington, Vt.


They hem about crowds and haw about prices. But in the end, readers give Killington its due because they simply have to. Terrain? No one in the East touches the Beast's 1,182 acres. Length of season? Tops again, thanks to unlimited snowmaking power. Nightlife? Nothing beats the access road for winter-carnival craziness.

A Separate Peak

Travel East

Despite being swallowed by the Beast, Killington's Pico Peak retains its powder-day appeal. The only thing missing: crowds.

2002 Number 1 Resort In North America: Deer Valley, Utah


Deer Valley is a giant-killer. With only 1,750 acres, this ski area could slip into the parka pocket of such mega-resorts as Whistler or Vail-which have taken turns at the top of SKI's reader surveys for more than a decade.

Weather Cancels Men's GS


Soft Snow, brought on by light rain and warm temperatures, forced cancellation Monday of the men's giant slalom at the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships at Big Mountain. Exclusive: Austrian Army the Backbone of Racing Efforts at World Championships


The Professor, Stu Campbell, reports from behind the scenes at the World Alpine Championships in St. Anton, Austria.

Shrewd Moves: Skis


If you shop smart, you can find high-performance gear at wallet-friendly prices. Here are seven quality skis and boots to get you started. These four skis and three boots offer quality performance for moderate prices.

2001 Number 11 Resort in the East: Sunday River, Maine


Some consider Sunday River to be the ski miracle of the past two decades: A guy with vision and money turns a backwater day-area on a ridge of modest mountains into what one reader calls "one of the best ski areas in New England."

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