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Quick Spring Trips: Vail, CO

Check out the new luxe Arrabelle, then enjoy Vail at its finest when spring temperatures declaw the back bowls.

Magic Mountain, VT


A New England resort with an old-time, independent spirit, Magic casts a spell on all who ski there.

Damn Yankees

Travel East

Reared by the shores of Lake Tahoe, a Californian comes to terms with the Eastern ski experience?and rears two little Eastern skiers of her own.

Mid-life Moguls


Given that a baby boomer will turn 50 every seven seconds between now and 2014, a new ski clinic aimed squarely at them should have no problem finding a clientele.

Marker Bindings 1999


Marker, the choice among many elite racers, is the Mercedes of bindings, employing some of the most sophisticated engineering and tooling in the world.

Glen Plake


He was on skis at age 2, scammed his first season pass the next year and broke his fibula at 5.

A Ride to Remember

From the Top

It's a pleasure to oversee this March/April issue of SKI, which represents the 55th and final time I'll have the honor of filling this space as the magazine's editor-in-chief.

Your Call

From the Top

Last spring, I had a skiing epiphany. It was the final day of the 2002 Nastar National Championships in Park City, Utah, and race organizers had set a full-on GS that began on a steep, icy slope.

Parallel Power

Turning Points

Shaped skis love to arc if you engage both edges. So why not drop the dreaded A-frame and learn how to make clean turns?

Ask The Experts: December 2002


The SKI Magazine Experts answer all your ski-related questions.

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