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Essentials: Gore Mountain

Travel East

Everything you need to know about Gore Mountain.

Out With the Old, In With the New: Part II


Modern skiers know how to use their equipment, the snow and the terrain to their benefit-and you can too.

Mount Bohemia: Midwest Extreme

Travel Midwest

The Midwest's tallest ski mountain is more daunting than its 900-foot vertical might suggest. As the sign at the entrance states, Mount Bohemia is not for beginners.

War and Skiing

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 World War II, you and I might not be skiers.

2002 Number 7 resort in the Pacific: Big White, B.C.


No matter how revved one is to sweat the bumps all afternoon, no one likes the gear-laden schlep back to the condo at the end of the day. That's the beauty of Big White.

2002 Number 9 resort in the Pacific: Alpine Meadows, Calif.


Alpine Meadows walks a tightrope that few ski areas its size can: catering to both hardcores and families.

Get Better Now 2001: 10 More Clinics


Ten more clinics to get you better now, special to

Little Gem: A Little Legend


This Sierra Nevada ski area has wooed patrons with its steep terrain and bountiful snow since 1931-and its attraction is only growing.

Little Gem: For Families, It's Tops

Travel Midwest

Treetops' variety of activities caters to families, but its charm, views and proximity to the vibrant town of Gaylord make it a great getaway for all Midwestern skiers.

Top 100 Instructors


While you're planning a vacation with our Top 60 Resort Guide, select a teacher too, and book a lesson with one of SKI's Top 100 Instructors.

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