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People Will Ski That

Travel

When Barry Corbet skied Rendezvous Mountain in 1960 he looked at a ridiculously steep jump-in couloir and said, "People will ski that."

Shawnee Peak, Maine

Features

A free-doggin' hotbed-and New England's largest night-skiing facility-Shawnee's still kicking after 65 years.

The Devil's Half-Dozen: National Stowe, Vt.

Travel East

Cut in 1952 to create a "challenging slalom hill" for the U.S. Championships, National is the oldest of Mt. Mansfield's famous Front Four ski trails.

Out With the Old, In With the New: Part II

Instruction

Modern skiers know how to use their equipment, the snow and the terrain to their benefit-and you can too.

Schuss Chefs

Travel

Get a good meal and support your local ski bum by visiting the following ski-town eateries.

The Little Area That Might

Travel

The Little Area That Might

Little Gem: 1,000 Feet of Fun

Travel East

With rugged terrain and more snow than you've got a right to expect in upstate New York, Plattekill measures up. And now's your chance to get a piece of the action.

In Rushmore's Shadow

Travel

While Dances With Wolves drew attention to the beauty of this South Dakota region, it's the down-home feel that keeps people coming back.

Where's The Spirit?

Warren Miller

Modern trends save trees but kill the entrepreneurial spirit. In 1936, Union Pacific Railroad president Averell Harriman created Sun Valley, Idaho, because he had enjoyed skiing in St. Anton, Austria.

Mountain Chronicle Best Ski Day Ever?

Mountain Life

That Tuesday in Telluride? Chasing Engen at Alta? Secret tree shots at Mad River Glen? It's just too close to call.

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