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Features Vail and Whistler both opened in the Sixties, added second mountains in 1980 and offer roughly 7,000 acres of skiing. The similarities tend to end there.   ...

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Travel The Little Nell has long been considered one of ski country's most luxurious hotels, though never lauded as one of its most cutting-edge. Enter interior design guru David Easton, ...

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Features Brighton and Solitude, UT Save Our Canyons has protested elements of Brighton's master plan that deal with skier capacity, and a decision on the plan is still pending with ...

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News Jackson Hole, WY Feb. 4, 2004 (PR) -- Jackson Hole just keeps gettin' the goods. Another wave of storms just dropped 57 inches of snow on the mountains putting the total for ...

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Travel Summit County, Colo. In winter, Breckenridge and Keystone are home to some of Summit County's best skiing. In summer, the offerings at these two mountain resorts are ...

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News Aspen, CO, Jan. 5, 2001--The Aspen Skiing Company announced yesterday that it will open Ajax (Aspen Mountain) to snowboarders permanently beginning April 1, explaining it was the ...

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News Aspen, CO, Jan. 31--Almost six feet of snow has fallen at Aspen ski resort this month. The resort's four mountains--Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass--have ...

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News Aspen/Snowmass, Colo., January 12, 2005 — The storm system passing through Colorado is nailing the Aspen/Snowmass area blanketing all four mountains - Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, ...

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News Aspen, CO, Dec. 9, 2003--It keeps coming down, with continued snow in the forecast. Snowmass received 14 inches new and has a 40-inch base at the summit. Aspen Mountain has 10 ...

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News (News Release - March 27, 2003) And you thought winter was over. No way, today's a perfect powder day.Almost a foot of new snow, sunny skies, moderate spring temperatures anda base ...

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Travel Mt. Bachelor, Ore. When Mt. Bachelor founder Bill Healy arrived in Central Oregon in the mid-Fifties, he knew he'd hit it big. Today, his dream of transforming the ...

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Travel What are you doing New Year's Eve? Maybe you'll spend it on a slopeside balcony, watching a fireworks display or a torchlight parade. Maybe you intend to go to a dusk-to-dawn ...

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Advice Sestriere, Italy, Dec. 10, 2000--Sarah Schleper (Vail, CO) had the second-fastest second run and the first-fastest smile Sunday as she climbed onto her first World Cup podium, ...

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News Crested Butte, CO Mar. 31--This week, more than 300 veterans took to the slopes of Crested Butte for the National Disabled Sports Clinic. This event, sponsored by the Department of ...

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News Raleigh, N.C., April 26--The U.S. government will paythe lion's share in a $40 million settlement to the families of victimskilled in Italy more than two years ago when a Marine ...