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Deep Devotion

Features

We sent six ski photographers coast to coast in pursuit of North America's finest powder. Their inspiring images will have you dreaming white.

Impasse in a Crevasse

Warren Miller

The tram was crowded this morning as it climbed rapidly in the clear blue French sky. The 22 inches of new powder snow had gotten everyone in town up early. Waiting in line took longer than normal because of the early birds with inside connections.

25 Top Spots: #10 Fernie, B.C.

Travel

Fernie is no longer a hidden little playground for in-the-know powder hounds-not with a new owner and an expansion that doubled terrain to 2,500 acres just four years ago.

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.

Powder's Paradox

From the Top

To achieve victory, you must first surrender.

Hidden Stashes

Travel

Utah's Powder Mountain lives up to its name.

Mammoth Mountain Tour

Features

A tour of Mammoth Mountain.

Rails to Trails

Travel

For traveling skiers, the choice between trains, planes, and automobiles usually amounts to driving or flying. Traveling skiers should reconsider.

Buzzwords of Skiing

Warren Miller

On a recent flight, I sat next to a young woman who was headed to Aspen for her first "Learn to Ski" week. After being served the standard miniature airline meal, she pulled out an issue of SKI Magazine from the seat pocket in front of her.

Requiem For A Mad Scientist

Mountain Life

A year ago this Father's Day, I skied a mountain that held no prior meaning for me, paying tribute, not to my father, but to the father of alpine touring in America. Actually, that may be too grand an accolade even for Paul Ramer's considerable ego.

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