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Zermatt, Switzerland

This is the place for you if you like resorts that are scenic, upscale, and infused with history. And you think digging into a three-course lunch isn't a bad way to pass a few hours.

This Swiss shepherds' village turned cosmopolitan mountain resort is home to one of the most recognizable peaks in the Alps: the famed Matterhorn. The towering three-sided spire of jagged rock, crooked at the top like a witch's cap, is such a singular and picturesque peak that all sorts of visitors - skiers and nonskiers, royalty and backpackers, serious alpinists and people who'd rather stock up on souvenirs than break a sweat - come from all corners of the globe to have a look.

New at Jackson Hole: Mountain Restaurants, Energy Use, and More

News

Non-stop UA flights from Chicago and LA, an eco-boutique hotel, and 100% renewable energy offsets are among the newest developments at JHMR this winter.

Best Dining with a View

Travel

Superb scenery is on the menu at these mountain restaurants.

2002 Number 12 Resort In North America: Keystone, Colo.

Travel

This sprawling Summit County gem is the Hermann Maier of ski resorts: Year in and year out, it collects more medals from SKI readers than virtually any other resort.

2003 Number 6 Resort in North America: Steamboat, Colo.

Features

Steamboat remains in the elite ranks of North American resorts despite a cash-strapped ownership that hasn't spent much in recent years. Why? Good bones: 2,939 acres, 20 lifts and a saucy 3,668-foot vertical drop.

2003 Number 6 Resort in the East: Loon Mountain, N.H.

Features

What do you do when you almost have it all? Loon Mountain, with its velvety smooth grooming, popular family programs and ideal location (two hours from Boston yet at a high enough elevation to get real snow) has asked itself just that. The answer this year is finesse.

High Noon

Travel

There are on-hill eateries, and then there's Portillo's Tio Bob's, where the lamb sizzles, the pisco sours pour, and the Andes stretch forever.

SKImag.com Extra-More Deals: WEST/ROCKIES

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Special to SKImag.com, these bargains will help keep you better enjoy your vacation without killing your bank account.

2001 Number 7 Resort in North America: Beaver Creek, Colo.

Travel

It's hard to believe that Vail's glam little sister is celebrating her 20th season. Since it opened, Beaver Creek has cemented its status as a "posh and pampering" resort. Where else can you ride an escalator to the slopes while sipping your Starbucks l

2001 Number 5 Resort in the East: Waterville Valley, N.H.

Travel

Waterville Valley is building its future one family at a time. Management knows its market: It's wooing families aggressively with programs that emphasize value and fun, while also recognizing the different interests of age groups, both on-slope and off.

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