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Reader Resort Survey 2005: Midwest No. 9 - Shanty Creek


Midwest No. 9: Shanty Creek, Bellaire, Mich.

Reader Resort Survey 2005: Midwest No.6 - Big Powderhorn


Midwest No. 6: Big Powderhorn, Ironwood, Mich.

Timeless Turns: Portillo, Chile


Portillo Chile: In the summer, in the Andes, life is to be enjoyed

Snowbird, Utah: Rank 4 West, 1997


Snowbird is a purist's paradise striving to transform itself into a winter resort. So far, so good.

Keystone, Colo.: Rank 12 West, 1998


Keystone isn't Aspen or Sun Valley, nor does it pretend to be. The unpretentious attitude is just what many SKI readers like about this three-peaked Summit County resort.

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.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Rank 10 West, 1997


Jackson breeds an odd loyalty from its admirers. "To hell with pleasant sunny weather," a reader begs. "Give me snow and cold┬┐Jackson Hole in January."

Breckenridge, Colo.: Rank 11 West, 1998


Some resorts excel on the slopes. Others shine after the lifts close. But it's a rare resort that succeeds at both.

Boyne Highlands, Mich.: Rank 4 East of Lake Michigan, 1998


Boyne Highlands, about 20 miles north of Boyne Mountain, is the larger of the two Boyne resorts in Michigan. With 42 ski runs and the capacity for 1,200 guests, it's a sprawling complex.

Copper Mountain


Anchored by a dynamic mountain, a Colorado resort steps up with a new village-and a new attitude.

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