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ski photographer

The Devil's Half-Dozen: KT-22 Squaw Valley, Calif.


In 1946, before there were lifts in Squaw Valley, Sandy Poulsen, wife of the resort?s founder, hiked a steep 8,200-foot peak to the left of where Squaw?s gondola now sits.

Best In Snow


The world's top action-sports shooters go head to head at Whistler's 2003 pro photographer showdown.

Solitary Salt Lake City


The 2002 Winter Olympics may be Salt Lake's official coming out party, but skiing has been woven into the city's fabric for nearly a century. Organized skiing dates back to the Thirties, when it blossomed under the guidance of ski patriarch Alf Engen.

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