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Why We Ski: The Ski Train

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Leading west into the mountains from Denver's handsome Union Station, a set of railroad tracks connects Colorado's past to its present.

Signpost: Beaver Creek

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Everything you need to know about Beaver Creek, Co.

Why We Ski: Pete Seibert

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With his business partner, Earl Eaton, he hiked up an unnamed mountain in 1957, cresting the 11,250-foot summit after a seven-hour slog through spring snow.

Why We Ski: Camaraderie

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Exploring the mountains alone can be rewarding, but skiing is generally a dish best served with company

2004 Top 100 Instructors: JILL SICKLES-MATLOCK

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A profile of one of America's top 100 instructors: JILL SICKLES-MATLOCK.

Why Gear Matters

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It's more than just stuff - it's the ultimate on-mountain companion, a faithful friend through each bracing turn and every dizzying spell. So go ahead: Fall in love. We'll understand.

Skiing's Biggest Secrets: Powder for Purists

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Powder Mountain, Utah, is one of America's best secret stashes. Think Alta in the 1960s.

Skiing's Biggest Secrets

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You know they're out there. You've heard the rumors—tales of huge, blissfully empty mountains with bountiful terrain and even more bountiful snow.

Summer Resorts 2001- Northeast, Stowe, Vt.

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Take away the ski area, the shops, the splendid spas and restaurants of Stowe, and what's left would be a pleasure in itself. A quaint Vermont village to stroll, streams to picnic beside, mountains to hike and endless dirt roads to meander.

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