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2003 Number 25 Resort in North America: Crested Butte, Colo.


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.

East Update: December 2001

Travel East

What's going on in the east.

2002 Number 9 Resort in the East: Loon Mountain, N.H.


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 93.

2002 Number 26 Resort In North America: Crested Butte, Colo.


For 40 years skiers have enjoyed the mountain that's known as "the cult capital of winter sports." And while it may be "remote," as one reader beefs, Crested Butte's isolation is the key to its Alps-like beauty.

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.

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