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Timeless Turns: Portillo, Chile

Features

Portillo Chile: In the summer, in the Andes, life is to be enjoyed

Summer Skiing: Portillo, Chile

Features

With passion comes responsibility. Skiers, at some point in their lives, need to glide down the black peaks of Portillo, Chile, to be complete.

Summer Drives 2003: Portland-Bend Loop

Features

Oregon is typecast as a land of conifer-smothered mountains dripping with rain. To really understand just how schizophrenic Oregon is, jump in your car and devote two days to the Portland-Bend Loop.

Ask the Experts: May/June 2003

Features

The SKI Magazine Experts answer all your ski-related questions.

Weekend Storm Piles Snow on Colorado Resorts

Features

Another winter storm moved into Colorado this past weekend, continuing the consistent snowfall the state has experienced for the last eight weeks.

Hermann Maier Breaks Leg

News

Austrian superstar Hermann Maier suffered a broken right leg when he crashed his motorcycle near Radstadt, Austria while avoiding a car which had turned in front of him.

First Tracks!

News

Crowds jam Copper and Loveland to kick off the 2001-02 ski season.

French Skier Cavagnoud Still in Critical Condition

News

French skier Regine Cavagnoud remained in "life-threatening'' condition with head and brain injuries Tuesday, the day after she crashed into a German coach during training.

Regine Cavagnoud Injured in Collision

Advice

Super-G World Cup champion Regine Cavagnoud of France was seriously injured Monday when she crashed at full speed into a coach on a glacier where World Cup skiers were training.

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