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2003 Number 1 Resort in the Midwest: Nub's Nob, Mich.


When Nub's Nob shot to the top of the Midwest Top 10 last year, it was a shocker. After all, the northern Michigan resort is a ski area with no hotel, no snazzy restaurants and no marketing director in a three-piece suit.

2003 Number 6 Resort in the Midwest: Shanty Creek, Mich.


When you enter Shanty Creek, it's like entering a mini city. The lower Michigan resort encompasses 90 skiable acres, three villages, lodging of every type, conference facilities, dining, spas, a transit system, and two ski mountains with 46 runs and 11 lifts.

2003 Number 4 Resort in the Midwest: Crystal Mountain, Mich.


The Crystal Mountain brochure says the resort wants to "make memories etched in Crystal"-and it's a goal Crystal takes seriously. The cozy lower Michigan resort finished No. 1 in Service, Lodging, Family Programs and On-Mountain Food-a grand slam for a resort that prides itself on taking care of the details.

Highlands Heaven

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A recipe of expansive skiing and elegant facilities lures Midwest skiers.

Proposed Michigan Resort Feels Local Passion


Developers of proposed new ski resort Mount Bohemia met with a vocal crowd of locals, reportedly split 50-50 between supporters and critics of the newresort.

Midwest Resorts Bounce Back for Spring Skiing


The ski season is back on in the Midwest, where skiers can take advantage of great conditions and great late-season prices.

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