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Travel Riding the Mt. Lincoln Express to Sugar Bowl's summit, you need only look down on your right to see the run that evokes the Tahoe ski area's glory days. A steep, craggy chute, ...

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Travel Keystone Resort 2,722 acres; 3,128 vertical feet; summit elevation 12,408 feet; 230 inches of annual snowfall; 116 trails; 650 acres of snowmaking; 20 lifts, including five ...

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Features When my family moved to Aspen in the 1960s, I had visions of tearing around famous Aspen Mountain and discovering every face shot at the new Snowmass resort. I didn't realize ...

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Travel By the start of next season, North American ski areas will have installed more than 50 new lifts. Here are some of the uphill transports we think will have the biggest impact. ...

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Travel Once upon a time, in a beautiful kingdom with hills and mountains covered in snow, noblemen and commoners, enraptured by the new sport of skiing, began building ski areas ...

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Features Los Angelenos don't trek 350 miles through the Mojave Desert to this remote resort because it's convenient. They come because Mammoth is big, beautiful, California cool and¿as ...

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Features Charlie Parker said "If you don't live it, it won't come out your horn." With 500 annual inches of Utah snow, a diehard local attitude and an Alps-like smorgasbord of terrain, ...

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Features Keystone isn't Aspen or Sun Valley, nor does it pretend to be. The unpretentious attitude is just what many SKI readers like about this three-peaked Summit County resort. That ...

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Features Copper may have fallen in the rankings (last year it was No. 14), but the resort's management doesn't seem worried, viewing this as a time of transition. Taking heed of reader ...

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Features In the early Eighties, Mammoth Mountain was the nation's No. 1 area for skier visits. On slope, the reasons for its huge appeal haven't changed: Mammoth is a big, brawny ...

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Features Back in the early Eighties, Okemo was a struggling area with too many surface lifts, old chairlifts and a tattered small-town character. Ludlow was a mill town that had ...

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Features Within sight of Stratton and a short drive from Okemo, Bromley is a down-home, sensibly priced alternative to those regional giants. It skis much bigger than its 1,300 vertical ...

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Travel Copper Mountain's once snoozy village is finally catching up with the resort's world-class mountain. Canadian resort powerhouse Intrawest took charge of Copper in 1997 and went ...

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Travel If resorts had therapists, Sugarbush would be diagnosed as "borderline bipolar, monitor for schizophrenia." Fortunately, it's open-minded enough (and big enough) that the shabby ...

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Features With two days left to go until the start of the 24 hours of Aspen ski race, the most grueling endurance ski race in history, the athletes are now up in Aspen squeezing in any ...