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Regional Round-Up

Check out SkiNet's Bloggers from around the country. Want to know the happening in your area? Look no further.

Our bloggers are working tirelessly to bring you all the happenings in their area of the country. From events to snow reports, to pictures, videos, and more, if you want a local's take on your region, look no further.


Loon, N.H.: Rank 6 East, 1998


There's so much Boston at Loon that it's surprising there isn't a Legal Seafood in nearby Lincoln.

A Sharper, Livelier SKI

From the Top

The SKI staff spent the off-season sharpening edges and rubbing on the fluoros so we can continue to deliver the best magazine about the best sport in the world.

East Update: December 2001

Travel East

What's going on in the east.

2002 Number 7 Resort in the East: Sugarbush, Vt.


"Modernizing the Castlerock double? How dare they?" asks a reader. Relax, 'Rock-heads. Sugarbush managers know better than to mess with perfection.

2002 Number 26 Resort In North America: Crested Butte, Colo.


For 40 years skiers have enjoyed the mountain that's known as "the cult capital of winter sports." And while it may be "remote," as one reader beefs, Crested Butte's isolation is the key to its Alps-like beauty.

The Tools That Teach

Turning Points

The following Kid-Ski products are available either in ski shops or directly from the company. Check them out and remember to have fun.

Ski Family: Mild Mannered Monsters

Turning Points

Now skiing has its own mascot¿a white-and-black-striped "snow tiger" named Snowball, created by Durango, Colo., dad and video producer Jack Turner.

Whiteface, N.Y.: Rank 7 East, 1998


If a buffet is your favorite kind of meal, then Whiteface is your ski destination. The former Olympic hill and its Lake Placid hub have a smorgasbord of winter activities.

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