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Break it Down


As the days warm up, chances are your nearest ski area will be throwing a celebratory springtime bash. Here are a few parties that come with our highest recommendation.

Cyber Planning


Booking a ski trip online is getting more common -- and easier.

Great Deals


Skiing doesn't have to be a rich man's sport. Armed with the right information, you can save yourself enough money to buy a few more days on the slopes. Extra-More Deals: WEST/ROCKIES


Special to, these bargains will help keep you better enjoy your vacation without killing your bank account.

2001 Number 4 Resort in the East: Whiteface, N.Y.


The best thing about Whiteface is the worst thing about Whiteface: no slopeside condos, no base village, just trees. That, of course, means uncluttered scenery-and a 10-mile commute to nearby Lake Placid for lodging.

2001 Number 21 Resort in North America: Crested Butte, Colo.


Crested Butte had a tough season last year-and it shows in the survey results, where the off-the-beaten-path Colorado resort plummeted from No. 11 to No. 30. A variety of factors came into play, namely lack of sufficient snow.

2001 Number 12 Resort in North America: Big Mountain, Mont.


The view from the 7,000-foot summit of Big Mountain is a 360-degree, full-sensory experience. A scattering of icy lakes glints to the south. Great swaths of dark forests march due west toward Idaho.

Fill 'Er Up


With gas prices spiking, resorts look to help skiers cut travel costs—and keep them heading to the hills.

Summer Resorts 2000--Southern Rockies, Keystone, Colo.


Tucked where the Upper Snake River Valley meets the towering Continental Divide, Keystone offers visitors a charming sense of seclusion. With its Mountain Passport, Keystone makes it simple to sample all that a mountain summer vacation offers.

Traveler: The Last Minute


Procrastinators be proud: Putting travel plans off can save you money. (Illustration: Jeremy Salyer)

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