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Market Report: Big White, B.C.

A homespun community and a proposed expansion could make Big White the next smart buy.

A winter weekend at Big White resembles a multicultural block party. The snow is cold and bone dry at British Columbia’s second-largest ski resort, and a warm community spirit flows—aided, no doubt, by the ample supply of Okanagan Valley wines and Canadian beers. When the lifts close at Big White, the welcome mats roll out. Stroll through almost any neighborhood, and you’ll likely find a family hosting dinner for neighbors or an all-comers poker game.

Snow (and More Snow) Energizes Stiegler


Blizzard conditions in Austria take Stiegler back to her free-skiing roots.

2002 Number 23 Resort In North America: Big Sky, Mont.


Maybe the sky seems so big in Montana because there's so much spectacular land beneath it. Take Big Sky Resort.

Scare for Beltrametti


Swiss skier Silvano Beltrametti's dark cloud of bad luck was blessed with a silver lining after he suffered a micro-fracture on the foresection of his right hand in yesterday's super-G.

Norway's Jagge Wins Men's Slalom


Norway's Christian Jagge won a World Cup slalom last night skiing on shorter shaped skis. He out raced Austrians Benjamin Raich and Thomas Stangassinger, and Americans Sacha Gros and Bode Miller.

Miller Falls to 19th as Maier Wins in Tignes


American Bode Miller takes 19th behind winner Hermann Maier of Austria in Sunday's World Cup opener in Tignes, France.

Aspen Hosts Its Third Winter X Games


With their baggy clothes, shaggy hair and facial piercings, the Winter X crowd looks like a pack of ruffians rumbling into town every year.

Ski Instructor Makes Hot List in People


Snowshoe Mountain's Pete Moran is named as one of the 100 Most Eligible Bachelors by People Magazine.

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