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The Devil's Half-Dozen: National Stowe, Vt.

Travel East

Cut in 1952 to create a "challenging slalom hill" for the U.S. Championships, National is the oldest of Mt. Mansfield's famous Front Four ski trails.

2002 Number 8 Resort in the Midwest: Big Powderhorn, Mich.

Travel

It's easy to sum up why Midwest skiers like Big Powderhorn: "good snow, good value," crows one reader. With adult lift tickets still priced at $33 and a natural snowfall that exceeded 300 inches last season, it's easy to see why.

Little Gem: For Families, It's Tops

Travel Midwest

Treetops' variety of activities caters to families, but its charm, views and proximity to the vibrant town of Gaylord make it a great getaway for all Midwestern skiers.

Take Offs: No Skills Required

Travel

Want to escape resort crowds but not quite ready to test your ski skills-or endurance-in the mighty backcountry? A less intimidating alternative is snowshoeing.

Summer Resorts 2000-Northeast, Mount Snow, Vt.

Features

Summer in Southern Vermont? Scenic beauty is a given, but Mount Snow ensures there's as much to do as to see.

Summer Resorts 2002-Northeast: Jiminy, Mass

Travel

Rich folks from New York and Boston have long made the hills and villages of the Berkshires their summer retreat. Where patrons go, artists follow, so it's no wonder the region bills itself as "America's premier cultural resort."

Summer Resorts 2002-Northeast: Killington, Vt.

Travel

Call it the Patty Duke Show of the mountains. In winter, Killington is the wild cousin, partying till dawn and tossing in events and ski runs to shock you with delight.

What a Great Backside

Gear

Underwear manufacturer Silk Trails continues to make boxers with ski area map designs and will produce official 2002 Winter Games boxers and scarves.

Vail Resort Lands in Controversy

News

Vail Resorts could face millions in fines for a mistake made during their Category III expansion.

U.N. Warming Report Not Worrying Skiers

News

A new report by the United Nations that says the world's ski areas will be hurt by global warming over the coming decades isn't putting much of a chill on the Vermont ski industry.

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