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The Death of A <i>SKI</i> Legend

George E. Bauer, long time publisher of SKI Magazine passed away July 13 after a long illness. Read his obituary here.

New Hampshire Resorts Announce Record Ski Season

Historical snowfall sets stage for best-ever winter in 2007-2008

What's the Rush?

Travel East

High-speed is low priority at Catamount. But in the beautiful Berkshires, who's in a hurry?

Telemark Gear 2003: Free the Heel, Free the Mind

Gear

The new backcountry toys and tools will save your sanity—and quite possibly your skin.

What Price Is Right?

Travel

Sure, some ski resorts are tight, but the majority aren't. Here's how to cut what you spend on lift tickets by up to 60 percent.

American Skiing Company Chairman Les Otten Resigns

Features

Leslie B. Otten has resigned as chairman and chief executive of American Skiing Co., one of North America's biggest ski resort companies which only last week called off a planned merger with a hotel company.

ASC, MeriStar Drop Merger Plans

Features

Ski resort operator American Skiing Co. and hotel manager MeriStar Hotels & Resorts dropped three-month-old plans to merge amid concerns from minority shareholders.

Goode Skis 2001-02

Gear

Goode has made a name for itself in the ski business, but not in a conventional way. For example, the company's owner, Dave Goode, has become famous for his water skis, which are responsible for both the men's and women's world records in slalom; in fa

Mt. Holiday No Go

News

Earlier this fall the good news in Michigan was that Sugar Loaf Resort would reopen for skiing in 2001-2002. The bad news is that Mt. Holiday will close.

U-Book It!

Travel

Park City, Salt Lake City, UT, and surrounding resorts still have plenty of lodging during the Olympics.

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