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United Airlines and Vail Resorts announce an incredible offer: Kids fly and stay free on trips to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone.
At a local ski area in Pine Hill, N.J., in 1978, 11-year-old Wayne Cimperman was so determined to ski every possible moment that he did his homework on the chairlift between runs.
Readers keep asking for them, so we keep gathering them. SKI Magazine's annual collection of ski-country deals runs the gamut again-from free skiing and lodging to good old-fashioned "pack-'em-in-the-car" promotions.
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.
Rightfully regarded as "a plush resort with great service," Beaver Creek also is chronically criticized as too expensive. However, most visitors eventually agree: "You get what you pay for."
Let's face it, a trip to ski country isn't cheap. Here is a sneak peak at some of the "local deals" found at a few resorts around the country.
Four automotive gadgets guaranteed to make road trips safer, faster and even more enjoyable.
Back before the last gold mine closed in 1991, the town of Silverton, Colo., hated skiing, didn't like anything to do with it
Heli-skiing is addictive. These resort-based outfitters let you take it one day at a time.
Booking a ski trip online is getting more common -- and easier.
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