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Frequent skiers rarely pay full price for lift tickets. How do they do this? They understand which discount cards are bargains and which are bluffs.
There are no gold-laden streets or harp-strumming cherubs. But with their tumbling streams and wildflower oceans, the mountains in summer are about as good as it gets this side of heaven.
Opposition against ski area expansions by environmental groups has snowballed over the past two years. Here are some of the battles being fought throughout North America.
In October, skiers can't wait to carve up half-opened mountains. But now that the skiing's just about perfect, the slopes are just about empty.
Erik Schlopy and Sarah Schleper claimed victories for the U.S. at the second Chevy Truck Super Series slalom of the season hosted by Loveland, CO.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club held a memorial service in Olympian Hall for Gordy Wren, the only U.S. skier to make four Olympic teams in one winter.
Crowds jam Copper and Loveland to kick off the 2001-02 ski season.
This Valentine's Day, Loveland Ski Area, CO will be holding their ninth annual mass wedding atop the Continental Divide, for skiers to confirm or renew marriage vows.
Schlopy and Schleper will lead a confident US team to Park City this weekend for the American opening of the World Cup season.
Berthoud Pass, CO can't compete with the I-70 giants who may charge as little as $18 per day for lift accessed skiing. Instead of closing doors, they're evolving.
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