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Spring skis like winter. The crowds are even more sparse (if that’s possible). And Lone Peak still calls to you from every inch of the mountain.
Mt. Bailey: Cat skiing in southern Oregon.
Being snowed in at a resort is a skier's ultimate dream. Or not.
A burst of sunlight creates a constant burst of cheer at this beginners' favorite in Kewaskum.
With its unlikely location and less likely name, Perfect North provides a hill for skiers from more southerly locales.
Buster has a heavy date with a snowy blonde who has more curves than a terrain park. Ulla's her name. He plans to pick Ulla up at eight. Cocktails at Powder Stash. Dinner at Groomer's Heaven. On to Corn Snow Paradise for dancing.
It's cool, it's close, you don't need reservations. In the Greater Boston snowbelt, location trumps elevation every time for a low-maintenance day on the slopes.
That Tuesday in Telluride? Chasing Engen at Alta? Secret tree shots at Mad River Glen? It's just too close to call.
Solitude's base area is small, but thanks to a partnership with intrawest, it will double in size by June 2000.
Mammoth season pass options.
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