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Mammoth Kicks Off Season Thursday as First Ski Resort Open in California

News

Mammoth Mountain is kicking off the 2007/08 winter season this Thursday, November 8, as scheduled.

Killington, Vermont: Rank 2 East, 1997

Features

Killington is nothing if not persistent. For the 36th consecutive year, the Vermont giant (212 trails, 33 lifts and 3,150 vertical feet) boasted the longest season in the East.

Sun Valley Attempts to Thwart Economy's Effects

Features

Skiers headed to Sun Valley will enjoy all kinds of bargains as the resort community tries to counteract the slumping economy and perceived lack of snow.

Mammoth Mountain to Open Today

Features

Thursday, November 7, marks the official opening day for Mammoth Mountain Ski Area for the 2002-03 winter season.

Outside The Box

Warren Miller

In 1948 Pappy Rogers, the general manager of Sun Valley, Idaho, sold the world's first chairlift to a young man from Detroit. Pappy wanted $5,000 for the already obsolete, wood-tower chairlift. Everett Kircher talked him down to $4,800 and then set to

Buzzwords of Skiing

Warren Miller

On a recent flight, I sat next to a young woman who was headed to Aspen for her first "Learn to Ski" week. After being served the standard miniature airline meal, she pulled out an issue of SKI Magazine from the seat pocket in front of her.

Bring Back Stretch Pants

Features

Starting in the late Forties and stretching into the next three decades, skiing experienced a boom unequaled in the sport's history.

Freshies, Coming Right Up

East

Try these snowmaking whizzes for some of the best manmade snow in skidom.

Annual Snowfall: 12 inches

Travel

Indiana is best known for its Hoosiers, not its ski hills. But that doesn't stop devotees from heading to Ski Paoli Peaks for round-the-clock skiing.

Koz 2nd, Schleper 6th in Lienz SL

Advice

Anja Paerson of Sweden, the resigning world slalom champion, and Kristina Koznick started 1-2 Saturday and finished that way in a Cafe de Colombia World Cup women's slalom event at Lienz, Austria.

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