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When you were a kid, skis went in one direction. Now turned-up tails are turning on a new generation.
It's a pleasure to oversee this March/April issue of SKI, which represents the 55th and final time I'll have the honor of filling this space as the magazine's editor-in-chief.
I'm not sure where I would be-or what I would be doing-if I hadn't been moved by the mountains at a young age.
A Q&A with Vice-President Dick Cheney.
Gorsuch Ltd. of Vail, Colo., was named National Ski Shop of the Year by SKI senior editor Joe Cutts at an awards party at the SIA show. Sixty other top shops, including five regional winners, were also announced at a Gold Medal Ski Shop Party.
An international airport and nine ski resorts within a 45-mile drive make 'The Biggest Little City in the World' one of the nation's most livable ski towns.
Ski towns aren't just for young ski bums and wealthy second-home owners. Here are inspiring tales about finding success on higher ground.
It was March 1972, and I was a 12-year-old Midwesterner prepared to embark on my family's first big-mountain ski trip.
The former Rib Mountain has a fresh name, 51 new trails and aggressive plans to become a major Midwest destination resort.
Aspen is the original American ski town, and it holds attractions far more diverse than just groomed and ungroomed snow.
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