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2001 Number 6 Resort in North America: Vail, Colo.


It's baa-ack. You can't blame other resorts for learning from-and occasionally surpassing-the master. But this year's survey reminds us that Vail unquestionably set, and continues to raise, the standard of the ski vacation.

Viagra Goes Vertical


Before heading to the mountains, find out how the new wonder drug can affect your ski trip performance.

Desert Oasis


Surrounded by minefields and guarded with Uzis, Israel's Mount Hermon is nonetheless a haven of shalom in a country of strife.

Of Summits And Sex


A ski vacation doesn't have to be all about cold and ice. According to experts, hitting the slopes is a great way to heat up your relationship.

May/June 2000


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Tricks Of The Trade

Mountain Life

From the downside of decks to the virtues of flat roofs, here are 10 buying tips that you probably never thought of-but should have.

Some Packages To Tempt You


All prices are per person, for August and based on double occupancy.

Lodging: Manchester, VT

You haven't experienced Vermont's bed-and-breakfasts until you've bedded - and breakfasted - in storied Manchester.

History-rich Manchester, VT., isn't too shabby a place to spend a ski weekend. Centrally located—10 minutes from Bromley and 20 from Stratton—Manchester's inns are truly luxurious, and each comes with its own story. (Case in point: The Equinox Hotel would have been Lincoln's summer White House but for that incident at Ford's Theatre.) Over the past few decades, the town's been besieged by an influx of outlet stores (including some high-end entries like Armani and Anichini), but the dining and cultural scene has never been better. Here's where to stay for a bit of Green Mountain lore.

The Magic Bus: Photo Essay


On a 12-hour bus ski trip from Kansas to Colorado, you'll eat fast food and sit next to a guy who sleeps in the same jeans that he wears on the slopes¿which makes getting there half the fun. Take a look for yourself.

Looking For Mr. Goodski


"Single!" There is no place other than a ski liftline where you can make that announcement and not sound like a desperate fool--even if you are. Skiing, it turns out, is the best pick up going.

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