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Turning Points Even world-class athletes are constantly refining their technique. For years my trainers told me, "Don't A-frame. Be simultaneous." I tried to not let my inside knee ...

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Features Angel Fire Resort, N.M. The Learn to Snowboard & You Keep the Gear package gives newbies two half-day group lessons, a new snowboard, boots, bindings and custom ...

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Features Alta's unassailable charms are snow (abundant and as dry as the perfect martini), terrain (wide-open flanks punctuated with butt-clenching steeps) and value ($40 a day), ...

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Features When the Weather Channel makes its annual stakeout of western New York to tell the country lake-effect tales of woe, skiers at the east end of Lake Erie grin in anticipation. ...

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Features Thanks to some management changes at the top, Sunday River is now sporting a newer, happier attitude, causing one reader to call it "a civilized version of Killington." But its ...

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Features What do you do when you almost have it all? Loon Mountain, with its velvety smooth grooming, popular family programs and ideal location (two hours from Boston yet at a high ...

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Travel Crested Butte is not your average resort; it's a real mountain community with locals as loyal as they come. It's a bear to get to, but locals say that keeps the pretenders out. ...

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Travel If you groom it, they will come. That mantra has served Loon Mountain well over the past decade, with more skiers discovering its well-groomed, well-made snow minutes off Route ...

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Travel For 40 years skiers have enjoyed the mountain that's known as "the cult capital of winter sports." Though the landscape of the resort may have changed with second homes and ...

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From the Top This may be as good a time as any to look back on how world events have shaped skiing. It's one of our sport's ironies: If it weren't for the terrible conflict that was ...

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Travel It seems like every year that filmmaker Warren Miller tells his viewers to "move to a ski town and take that job as a night dishwasher," ruining the dreams of high-hoped parents ...

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Travel From the beginning in 1967, Snowmass has set the bar for American resorts in several categories: "fall-out-of-bed skiing" (as one reader describes the ski-in/ski-out lodging), ...

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Mountain Life Birders have their life lists, compendia of all the species they've encountered in a lifetime of watching. Why not skiers?Mine begins with a black-and-white photograph ...

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From the Top In 1964, when Fred Smith was the travel and ski editor for a struggling magazine called Sports Illustrated, he had an idea. Before the creation of the Super Bowl, nothing ...

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Travel Last season, after a 15-year hiatus, White Pine Ski Area in Pinedale, Wyoming, became the first U.S. ski area to reopen since Colorado's Berthoud Pass did so in 1998. With 370 ...