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Summer Schooled

Features

The off-season is the perfect time to push yourself beyond your comfort zone. Here, SKI Magazine editors try new sports and confront new challenges. Now it's your turn.

Killington, Vt.: Rank 2 East, 1998

Features

Killington is so big it makes your head hurt. Wait a minute¿maybe your head hurts because of Killington's nightlife. Either way, readers agree that Killington deserves a No. 2 ranking for the second year in a row.

Killington, Vermont: Rank 2 East, 1997

Features

Killington is nothing if not persistent. For the 36th consecutive year, the Vermont giant (212 trails, 33 lifts and 3,150 vertical feet) boasted the longest season in the East.

Keystone Mountain Tour

Features

A tour around Keystone Mountain.

Where to Ski at Whistler/Blackcomb

Where to Ski at Whistler/Blackcomb

‘Most incredible skiing in the world. Awesome village. You’ll never be bored.’

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Heading to the 2010 Winter Games? Skiers of all abilities will fun on the slopes at Whistler and Blackcomb.
  • Whistler and Blackcomb each has its own character. The two side-by-side mountains meet only at their very base. Both mountains have three points of access. On Blackcomb, you can start at Blackcomb Base's Wizard Chair, or you can jump on Excalibur Gondola either in Whistler Village or at Base II. To get up Whistler Mountain, start either at the Creekside Gondola or in the center of town, where you can catch the Whistler Village Gondola or the Fitzsimmons Chair. No matter which peak you choose to ski first, warm up on the midmountain, then keep moving upward.
  • 2003 Number 5 Resort in the East: Killington, Vt.

    Features

    They hem about crowds and haw about prices. But in the end, readers give Killington its due because they simply have to. Terrain? No one in the East touches the Beast's 1,182 acres. Length of season? Tops again, thanks to unlimited snowmaking power. Nightlife? Nothing beats the access road for winter-carnival craziness.

    2001 Number 3 Resort in the East: Killington, Vt.

    Travel

    "T-t-t-terrain!" stammers one reader. "Seven mountains' worth!" That is perhaps all that needs to be said about Killington. Like a Vail of the East, the Big K simply goes on and on-so big you could never ski it in a day, maybe not even in a week.

    Summer Skiing: Killington, Vt.

    Features

    Let the slackers wear silly shorts and go golfing. Summer skiing separates the pretenders from the performers. You know who you are.

    Summer Resorts 2000-Northeast, Killington, Vt.

    Features

    Yes, the Beast of the East has a softer side. It's called summer, when even fearsome Outer Limits wears a soft coat of green.

    24th Annual Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge at Killington

    News

    For the 200 amateur mogul and freestyle skiers who think they have mastered the bumps, the 24th Annual Budweiser Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge on April 3-4, 2004, sets the stage where you go big-or go home.

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