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[ Thu, 2010-02-18 18:53 ]
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Drive and ride green to keep our slopes white with CLIF BAR's new eco-ski travel site

Your base layers? Organic cotton. Your water bottle? Reusable and BPA-free. Even your skis are made with sustainable bamboo cores.

Yes, once you're on the slopes you ski a mean green streak. Unfortunately, driving to the mountain burns fossil fuels and gives you serious eco-guilt. 

[ Thu, 2009-11-19 15:29 ]
Ski train to Winter Park
Ride from Denver to Winter Park in two hours -- with no headaches

The Winter Park Ski Train isn't exactly the speediest way to get to the slopes, but it's a fun one. Which would you rather do on your way to the ski hill -- sit in zero-to-60-to-zero traffic, or have a nice breakfast and read the paper? We'd prefer the latter, and we'd guess you would too. So when the train went kaput last year -- after former owner Anschutz Co. sold the line to a Canadian company -- we were a bit bummed out. No longer.

Sidetracks: Berkshires' Norman Rockwell Museum

See rural life through the eyes of a legend at the Norman Rockwell Museum deep in the Berkshires.

Small-town life has a certain appeal. Maybe that’s why thousands of city-dwellers make pilgrimages to the bucolic landscape of the Berkshires every winter. It’s where a stack of buttermilk pancakes with fresh-tapped maple syrup followed by a day schussing down narrow, birch-lined trails constitutes a naturally purifying experience. Such folks should visit the Norman Rockwell Museum.

Traveler: Top 10 Picks For New Year's 2000

Travel

The New Year's trips that are still available in the United States.

Why We Ski: The Ski Train

Features

Leading west into the mountains from Denver's handsome Union Station, a set of railroad tracks connects Colorado's past to its present.

Passing It On

From the Top

In this issue, our focus is on instruction as we dissect the challenges facing our ski schools ("Ski School Revolution") and also profile some of the best ski clinics available in North America ("Get Better").

Little Gem: A Little Legend

Features

This Sierra Nevada ski area has wooed patrons with its steep terrain and bountiful snow since 1931-and its attraction is only growing.

Distinguished Denver

Features

Oddly enough, Denver's rush hour is often worst on Saturday mornings, when skiers scurry to get organized for a day in the mountains.

Third Annual 'Train for Gold' Hits the Road

News

Here's how to show your support the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team.

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