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Portillo Chile: In the summer, in the Andes, life is to be enjoyed
With passion comes responsibility. Skiers, at some point in their lives, need to glide down the black peaks of Portillo, Chile, to be complete.
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.
The SKI Magazine Experts answer all your ski-related questions.
Another winter storm moved into Colorado this past weekend, continuing the consistent snowfall the state has experienced for the last eight weeks.
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.
Alpine ski teams from Austria, France, Germany, Russia, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, Holland, Lichtenstein, Switzerland, and Canada will train in Breckenridge through November.
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.
The prestigious professional snow racing series returns to the Olympic slopes of Squaw Valley USA this weekend February 14-15, 2004 for the event championships.
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