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Killington, Vt.: Rank 2 East, 1998

Features

Killington is so big it makes your head hurt. Wait a minute¿maybe your head hurts because of Killington's nightlife. Either way, readers agree that Killington deserves a No. 2 ranking for the second year in a row.

French Skier Killed in Canada Avalanche

Features

A heli-skier from France was killed and a pair of snowmobilers were missing after two separate avalanches in British Columbia.

Residence Clubs

Mountain Life

Fractional properties that are high-end yet affordable provide the comforts of home without all the hassles.

Rokoko: Custom

Features

This isn't gear you'll want to purchase for the slopes, but it'll add character to your home. Rokoko owners A.Me (pronounced Amy) and Mitch Alamag work in tandem to produce their lively artworks.

2001 Number 2 Resort in North America: Aspen, Colo.

Travel

Skiing Aspen, Colo., isn't for all skiers, just the smart ones. Nearly 80 percent of Aspen guests return, which says something both about the resort and the national economy.

Early Snow Covers Killington

Advice

Winter may be coming early to Vermont this year, as snow flurries fell most of Thursday and continue to fall today at Killington Ski Resort.

Seven Named to Ski Hall of Fame

Advice

The U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame announces seven ski industry veterans to be inducted September 25.

Fire Damages Mountain Creek Ski Lodge

News

The Mountain Creek ski lodge was completely destroyed by fire Sundaymorning, police said.

Snow Falls on Israel's Only Ski Area

News

The first big snow of the season now covers Israel's only ski area, Mount Hermon, in the disputed Golan Heights territory.

Saddleback Sees Disaster in Park Service Recommendation

News

The National Park Service's recommendation for preserving a 3.1-mile segment of the Appalachian Trail that crosses the summit of Saddleback Mountain would ruin the ski area's business.

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