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A View With a Room

Travel

Overnight at B.C.'s Elkhorn Cabin at 3,400 feet, when you truly want to be alone.

Jackson Hole, Wyo.: Rank 18 West, 1998

Features

Dedicated Jackson skiers had only one criticism of the new Bridger Gondola: "What took them so long?" Jackson virtually defines the term Challenge. As one reader put it, "No mountain has ever kicked my butt like Jackson."

North America's Top 100 Instructors

Instruction

Whether you're a beginner or an expert, a lesson with one of North America's best teachers will shape up your turns.

The Siren of the Arlberg

Warren Miller

Life — especially life in the mountains — is fickle. Enjoy every moment you can.

Are You Good Enough...to Teach Your Kids?

Features

Sure, they're your kids—but will they listen?

2002 Number 10 Resort In North America: Breckenridge, Colo.

Travel

For three years running, Breckenridge has pulled in more than 1.4 million skiers per winter. It achieves those astounding numbers by being most things to most skiers-and close enough to five other resorts to make up for its few deficiencies.

2002 Number 15 Resort in North America: Heavenly, California

Travel

Heavenly is not a good place to spend a day. Two days isn't even enough. To see and ski it all (it sits in two states after all, California and Nevada) may take three or four.

Alpental, WA

Travel

On paper Alpental's stats are as lopsided as a Nuggets—Lakers game: five percent beginner, 20 percent intermediate, 75 percent advanced.

Mass. Breakout

Travel East

When urban life feels like a prison, enter-prising Bostonians escape to Wachusett, New England's biggest little ski hill.

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