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Contributors: October 2001

From the Top

SKI Magazine contributors for October 2001.

2002 Number 5 Resort in the Midwest: Giants Ridge, Minn.

Travel

This spunky northern Minnesota resort-about an hour north of Duluth-has been missing from the Midwest Top 10 list for a few seasons, but rocketed back up the rankings to fifth place this year.

The Gift Of Skiing

Warren Miller

If I were any luckier, I would have to be two people because I've been able to spend the past 52 Christmases skiing somewhere in the world. I always spend some of that time running my movie camera ...

2001 Number 21 Resort in North America: Crested Butte, Colo.

Travel

Crested Butte had a tough season last year-and it shows in the survey results, where the off-the-beaten-path Colorado resort plummeted from No. 11 to No. 30. A variety of factors came into play, namely lack of sufficient snow.

Explore Locke's Resorts: Wintergreen, Alb.

Features

Location is the key to Locke's regional empire. Each one of his Western resorts offers a different ski experience and urban hubs are within a 4-hour drive.

Mt. Bohemia Moving Forward Again

News

After losing financial support from the local government, the developers of the proposed Mt. Bohemia ski area in Michigan have upped the ante and will pay all costs.

New Ski Resort For British Columbia

News

British Columbia and Golden Peaks Resort Inc., have entered an agreement to turn Whitetooth ski hill into a $200-million resort called Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.

Midwest's Newest Ski Area Opens

News

Mt. Bohemia, MI had its highly anticipated opening over New Year's Weekend. The mountain boasts a series of rocky chutes, skiable glades, and 900 vertical feet of terrain, the most in the Midwest.

Mt. Bohemia Controversy Continues

News

The controversy over the proposed development of the Mt. Bohemia Ski Area in Michigan's Upper Peninsula continues heatedly through the summer but the end may be in sight.

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