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2003 Number 18 Resort in the East: Cannon, N.H.

Features

Cannon's not for wimps. Got it? If you need pampering, posh slopeside dining and lodging or tony boutiques, this state-run mountain ain't for you, honey. But if you thrive on challenge, demand variety of terrain and know how to dress warm, then one of New England's oldest, toughest mountains awaits.

2003 Number 13 Resort in the East: Seven Springs, PA.

Features

Great snowmaking and grooming make this resort a dependable favorite for skiers in the Mid-Atlantic. Seven Springs boasts some of the best infrastructure in the world-no surprise, given that one of the owners is the inventor of the tower gun.

2002 Number 6 Resort in the East: Sunday River, Maine

Travel

Readers complain about getting here, eating here and partying here. So why do they come to Sunday River, and in droves? To paraphrase James Carville: It's the skiing, stupid.

2002 Number 8 Resort in the Midwest: Big Powderhorn, Mich.

Travel

It's easy to sum up why Midwest skiers like Big Powderhorn: "good snow, good value," crows one reader. With adult lift tickets still priced at $33 and a natural snowfall that exceeded 300 inches last season, it's easy to see why.

Early-Season Considerations for Eastern Skiers

Travel

Early Season Considerations for Eastern Skiers

World Cups to be Split Between Aspen and Copper Mountain

News

The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Associationand the International Ski Federation will split the sites for nextweekend's scheduled FIS World Cup alpine ski races to help keep theraces in Colorado.

Birds of Prey World Cup Races Cancelled

News

The Vail Valley Foundation today announced that record warm temperatures have hindered snowmaking efforts, resulting in the cancellation of the FIS World Cup Downhill and Super G races scheduled for December 1-2 at Beaver Creek.

World Cup Races Split Between Aspen and Copper

Advice

The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and the International Ski Federation will split the sites for next weekend's scheduled FIS World Cup alpine ski races to help keep the races in Colorado.

Hot and Cold Openings

News

Northeastern resorts have benefited from a string of cold days and nights while many resorts in the Pacific Northwest and Rockies have postponed openings due to above average temperatures.

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