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A profile of SKI Magazine contributors for November 2001.
The Realities of Ski-Bumming At Mid-Life.
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Holiday Valley is neither the biggest resort in New York nor the best known. It is, however, the most popular and has some of the best facilities and management in the East.
No matter whether Vail's ranking is a straight number or curved, there's little doubt that it sets the agenda for North American skiing.
Building in a ski town, and in a historic district to boot, can be a dramatic undertaking. Here's how one play unfolds. Curtains please.
Cold, hungry and parched? A hearty microbrew will quench your thirst, fill your tank-even warm you up.
Some ski towns slumber in the summer. Others, including Lake Placid, come into their own. Well-heeled vacationers have summered here since the Age of Steam, when they arrived by train to escape city heat in the lush, cool Adirondacks.
Whistler's blowout festival, more raging events, and how to hook up on the slopes.
A guide of the best places to sleep in in New England.
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