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What's New at Crystal Mountain for 2008-2009 Season

New Improvements and Lodging Await Guests next Season

THOMPSONVILLE, MI – The list of what’s new at Crystal Mountain this winter is extensive and exciting as the Crystal Spa opens its doors and guests book their first stays in the slopeside Bungalows at Crystal Glen.

NEW! Crystal Spa

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When white gives way to green, stow your skis, break out your other sticks and head to the Stratton Mountain Country Club. A six-year stop on the LPGA Tour, the club offers three nine-hole courses with pitched and narrow fairways.

2003 Number 14 Resort in the East: Bretton Woods, N.H.


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Everything you need to know about Elk Mountain.

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2001 Number 6 Resort in the Midwest: Chestnut Mountain, Ill.


Set high on the bluffs above the Mississippi River, Chestnut Mountain Resort overlooks three states (Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin). The vista is breathtaking, particularly at sunset. But what really propels Chestnut into the Top 10 this year is its overal

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


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.

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