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Infamous ”Front Four” trails like Goat and Liftline may kick your butt, so we’ll give you some other options, just in case. Best Cruiser : Main Street. This blue square is ...

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You unload from the lift, tighten your boots, and secure your poles, now what? Sugarbush has challenging trails for intermediates through experts from all three high peak lifts. ...

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Here are the Top Five runs at Copper Mountain, from cruisers to steeps. Best Cruiser: Andy’s Encore. For your first run, Andy’s Encore is a top to bottom groomer that will get you ...

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The East Wall at Arapahoe Basin looms above the resort like a big-city skyline It's stacked with 500-600 foot, 30-40 degree hike-to chutes that fan out onto wide-open aprons. The East ...

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Skiing two miles downhill without taking a break is hard enough. Try doing it at 80 mph on a sheet of ice. That's what it feels like to be an Olympic racer, and you can still ski the 2002 Olympic ...

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Find untracked terrain at Snowbird. Look for late-day powder on Mach Schnell at Snowbird. This 1,890-foot run harbors hidden deepness well after more accessible runs are tracked out. ...

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Ski inbounds off the map at Taos Ski Area. Its appearance could fool you into thinking it’s backcountry terrain, but Kachina Peak is actually inbounds. It does require a hike from the ...

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Guide to skiing steeps at Taos. Two of the best runs on the front side are North American and Long Horn. Both offer choices of lines ranging from 35 degrees to 45 degrees and see ...

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On powder days, the steep new terrain gives experts a little more to chew on— and takes some of the pressure off old favorites. Strategy is key in getting the best—and most—of both. ...