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The Other Aspen: Aspen's Other Better Half


Visitors love Buttermilk for the easy access, terrain that suits any mood or mode, and the mountain's natural ability to keep kids both thoroughly exhausted and thoroughly content.

Pain and Glory: Bill Hudson and Eric Keck


It's Day One of training, and in this low-snow year, the fearsome Hahnenkamm is a sinister strip of vertical white ice on an otherwise snowless mountain.

Von Gruenigen Wins Park City GS, Schlopy Takes Fifth


Hometown favorite Erik Schlopy was almost as hot as the unseasonal weather Friday producing the third-fastest second run and finishing fifth in the Chevy Truck America's Opening. Swiss great Michael Von Gruenigen won his third Park City GS.

Andersen Resigns as U.S. Men's Coach


After five seasons on the U.S. Ski Team staff, Martin Andersen has resigned as men's slalom and giant slalom head coach.

Are You Good Teach Your Kids?


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

Meet the Geeks: Matjaz Sarabon


It's a familiar quandary in science: Add something new to a system and you risk changing the properties of that system.

SKI Magazine Names 2003 Gold Medal Ski Shops


To the trade, they're known "specialty" shops, because skiing is what they do best. Here are some of the best, nominated for recognition by our readers-their happy customers.

SmartWool U.S. Ski Team Socks


If they're good enough for the U.S. Ski Team's feet, they should work just fine for your piggies.

Summer Skiing: Timberline, Ore.


Two dads from Vermont, delivering their sons to their first day of summer race training at Timberline Lodge, are making their way up the Mt. Hood access road, enjoying the spectacular Cascade scenery, "when some crazy girl in a Subaru" passes them on a c

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