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Travel The rail didn't look that big from the lift. In fact, the entire terrain park looked a lot less intimidating. But now, staring down the ramp to the first feature, a flat rail, I ...

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Features A good time never felt so creepy. Nearly a foot of new snow has settled over Utah's Powder Mountain, but the parking lot is still empty when the bullwheels start turning. No ...

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Travel This sprawling Summit County gem is the Hermann Maier of ski resorts: Year in and year out, it collects more medals from SKI readers than virtually any other resort. Last year, ...

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Features What's not to like about Bretton Woods? Begin with the lodging: That includes a historic grand hotel, a charming country inn, a modern motel with budget-friendly prices or the ...

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Features Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah Jan. 3, 2002--What has 4,700 acres of skiable terrain, 500 inches of seasonal snowfall and 25 total lifts? The answer: the new Alta/Snowbird ...

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Features There are four base areas at the foot of Mammoth, each suitable as a jump-off point for mountain adventures, none so amenity-rich that it stands out as the essential ...

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Travel Shanty Creek is best viewed through a wide-angle lens. One reader describes it as "very large and sprawling." With three villages, a variety of lodging, gourmet restaurants, two ...

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Travel Ever felt as though family-operated resorts are an anomaly today? Then visit Okemo Mountain in Ludlow, Vt. Lovingly run by the Mueller family, Okemo continues to wow skiers ...

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Travel Rightfully regarded as "a plush resort with great service," Beaver Creek also is chronically criticized as too expensive. However, most visitors eventually agree: "You get what ...

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Features It used to be that the tram was the sole gatekeeper to Jackson's riches, and it had the lines to prove it. But in the 1997-98 season, the Bridger Gondola, running straight up ...

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Travel It's baa-ack. You can't blame other resorts for learning from-and occasionally surpassing-the master. But this year's survey reminds us that Vail unquestionably set, and ...

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Travel Psst. Here's a little Colorado ski secret: Winter Park has more snow than Steamboat, better bumps than Beaver Creek and significantly sparser crowds than Keystone. "This resort ...

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Travel 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 ...

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Features Solitude Unless you're a beginner, your adventure at Solitude will most likely start on the Eagle Express high-speed quad. This westernmost chair serves some two dozen ...

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News Breckenridge, CO, Nov. 10, 1999 --Alpine ski teams from more than a dozen countries including Austria, France, Germany, Russia, Norway, Spain, Holland, and Switzerland will descend ...