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Travel You've just spent the last two hours driving your car to the top of Teton Pass, skinning or hiking out the south ridge, scouting your line, and logging 2,500 vert of western ...

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Features Copper may have fallen in the rankings (last year it was No. 14), but the resort's management doesn't seem worried, viewing this as a time of transition. Taking heed of reader ...

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Features If you've never been to Mad River, you're missing a culture all skiers should experience. Wild and tight trails, a quirkiness that comes from having the last remaining single ...

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Features Heading for some steep and deep on a socked-in day at Snowbird is bliss. And not just on the hill, mind you. At the Cliff Spa, a double-decker sanctuary atop the venerable ...

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Features WHAT IT TAKES: Being able to get down anything doesn't make you an expert. You've got to be able to handle anything—Eastern trees, deep Wasatch fluff, Sierra cement, B.C. ...

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Travel East Elevation: 4,237 feet Vertical Drop: 2,820 feet acres: 1,400 Snowfall: 176 inches (at 3,695 feet) Getting There: Sugarloaf is two hours from Portland and four hours from ...

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Features Lake Placid, N.Y. (March, 25 2003) AP -- Veterans Bode Miller and Erik Schlopy set the pace, and rookie Jesse Marshall showed he could keep up. Marshall capped a promising ...

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Features The first time I ever talked with Matt Lauer, I could barely hear him over the shouting. He's used to it: As co-host of the Today show, the nation's most popular morning ...

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Features DENVER, Colo. (AP)--Intrawest Corp., North America's biggest ski operator, is spinning off some undeveloped land to raise money for new real estate development projects. ...

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Features You may know her as the Duchess of York, but if you happened to ski Squaw Valley, Calif., in the late '70s, Sarah Ferguson may have been your instructor. Teaching skiing was ...

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Warren Miller Years ago, after a screening in Vancouver, B.C., a young man told me he wanted to star in my next ski movie and be famous for the rest of his life. I gave him the stock ...

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Travel Tradition rules at Taos, and that's precisely why its fans love it. One of the quintessential skier's mountains, Taos holds firmly to founder Ernie Blake's philosophy of ...

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From the Top Emily Miller has written and directed the one-page Ski Fit exercises that have appeared in SKI the past two seasons. She is a ski trainer who splits her time between ...

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Features Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah Jan. 3, 2002--What has 4,700 acres of skiable terrain, 500 inches of seasonal snowfall and 25 total lifts? The answer: the new Alta/Snowbird ...

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From the Top As we've noted here before, SKI Contributor-At-Large John Fry is North America's premier ski journalist. A native Canadian, he moved south to become editor-in-chief or ...