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Schiller Goes Big for Gold in Skiing Best Trick

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Mother nature plays havoc with skiing slopestyle and turns event into a best trick competition.

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Learn to ski fast by watching America's best.

Aspen Highlands, Colo.: Rank 10 West, 1998

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Long roped off as out-of-bounds, Highland Bowl¿at 12,500 feet¿is a cauldron of outrageous skiing that crowns Aspen Highlands. Last winter, to loud hurrahs, a group of spectacular drops known as the Y-Zones were opened in the Bowl.

Okemo, Vt.: Rank 9 East, 1998

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It was just a matter of time before this climber cracked the Top 10. In the hands of savvy management, Okemo has marched from obscurity to Eastern prominence by making all the right moves.

Okemo, Vermont: Rank 11 East, 1997

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Back in the early Eighties, Okemo was a struggling area with too many surface lifts, old chairlifts and a tattered small-town character.

Mad River Glen, Vermont: Rank 13 East, 1997

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If you've never been to Mad River, you're missing a culture all skiers should experience.

Mammoth Mountain, Calif.: Rank 17 West, 1998

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In the early Eighties, Mammoth Mountain was the nation's No. 1 area for skier visits. On slope, the reasons for its huge appeal haven't changed: Mammoth is a big, brawny mountain with abundant snowfall and a stunning natural setting.

Bromley, Vermont: Rank 20 East, 1997

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Within sight of Stratton and a short drive from Okemo, Bromley is a down-home, sensibly priced alternative to those regional giants.

Attitash, New Hampshire: Rank 17 East, 1997

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If Wildcat is the bruiser of the Mount Washington Valley, Attitash is the soother.

Jay Peak, Vermont: Rank 16 East, 1997

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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.

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