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Three More Colorado Resorts Open


Beaver Creek, Monarch and Steamboat are the next Colorado ski resorts to open this week offering skiers some of the best opening day conditions in recent years.

The Siren of the Arlberg

Warren Miller

Life — especially life in the mountains — is fickle. Enjoy every moment you can.

Skiing's Biggest Secrets: The Motherlode


Named for its mining roots, Silver Mountain, Idaho, could just as easily have been dubbed Snoworld: 430 annual inches bless the resort's rapidly expanding terrain.

Why We Ski: Powder


"Uh, yeah, Susan? This is Pete (cough, cough). Listen (cough), could you tell Bob I won't be in today?

Pentax Optio 33WR Digital Camera


Although only 3.2 megapixels, the Klondike bar-sized 33WR is watertight all on its own (no bulky plastic case).

Atomic AFT:11 Boots


This brawny boot has a gummy rubber outsole, so you won't eat pow scrambling out of the heli.

The Steep and Deep of CMH: Day 4

A heliskiing blog: Four days of deep powder and lavish living in the heart of the Monashees

In this 2003 web exlusive, SKI Magazine senior editor Joe Cutts checks out Canadian Mountain Holidays' (CMH) newest lodge—and the steep and deep of the Canadian Monashees.

 We're pretty sure Woody Guthrie wrote "Big Rock Candy Mountain," but not 100 percent. It's Tuesday night at the lodge, and after a great day of skiing, most of us are at the bar. Donny's playing the mandolin, and P.A. is playing his Fender acoustic.

The Pyrenees on Skis


Best known (by the few who know it) as a duty-free haven for shoppers, tiny Andorra lures skiers, too. But thankfully, not in droves.

High Altitude Hideaways


What are your plans for Valentine's Day? These 10 romantic rooms will satisfy honeymooners—or any couple looking to reconnect.

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