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It Takes a Parking Lot


Low class and high times at Smugglers' Notch upper parking

Full-Moon Fever

Mountain Life

The full moon scheduled for Dec. 21, 1999, promised to be exceptional. We heard about it on the radio, on "Earth and Sky" and in the newspapers. First, the moon was to be full exactly on the solstice night, the longest night of the year...

The Little Area That Might


The Little Area That Might

Little Gem: 1,000 Feet of Fun

Travel East

With rugged terrain and more snow than you've got a right to expect in upstate New York, Plattekill measures up. And now's your chance to get a piece of the action.

In Rushmore's Shadow


While Dances With Wolves drew attention to the beauty of this South Dakota region, it's the down-home feel that keeps people coming back.

Battle of the Ski Schools Final Results


You can take the Battle of the Ski Schools out of the Vail Valley in Colorado, but you can't take Vail and Beaver Creek out of the Battle of the Ski Schools.

2003 Top Clinics/Independent Instructors


A list of Top Clinics/Independent Instructors in North America.

Where's The Spirit?

Warren Miller

Modern trends save trees but kill the entrepreneurial spirit. In 1936, Union Pacific Railroad president Averell Harriman created Sun Valley, Idaho, because he had enjoyed skiing in St. Anton, Austria.

The Perfect Match


Strength, forgiveness, flexibility: What more could a woman ask for? Skis like these make husbands and boyfriends seem superfluous (if they weren't already).

2001 Number 16 Resort in North America: Aspen Highlands, Colo.


Some of Aspen Highlands' biggest assets come literally out of the sky. The famously cooperative Western Slope weather produces an endless supply of bluebird days while conveniently piling up powder by night.

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