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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 ...

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Competition Skiingmag.com shoots the, um, photos with SKIING photog T.J. Greenwood. T.J. Greenwood Fayston, VT Age 31 Are you a good skier? I get lots of practice ...

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From the Top It was 1984 when I met my wife-to-be. I was working as the editor of the newspaper in Breckenridge, Colo., and she was with the local chamber of commerce. I was drawn to ...

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Competition Skiingmag.com shoots the, um, photos with SKIING photog Bob Allen. Bob Allen Bozeman, MT Are you a good skier? I've been skiing for 35 years and can get ...

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East Try these snowmaking whizzes for some of the best manmade snow in skidom. We'd like to believe that global warming is just some enviro-freak theory and that the waning ...

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Travel After years of playing Spock to Aspen's Capt. Kirk, Snowmass has earned its own starship command. Consistently logging more skier days than its three sister resorts combined ...

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Travel Some of Aspen Highlands' biggest assets come literally out of the sky. The famously cooperative Western Slope weather produces an endless supply of bluebird days while ...

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Features In a year of extraordinary change, there are four extraordinary products-two skis, two boots-that, for various reasons, you won't see written up as medal-winners. And yet, they ...

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Features Ten years ago, when Vail/Beaver Creek hosted the World Alpine Ski Championships, there was one unanimous weak point-the men's downhill. The course simply did not challenge the ...

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Features Practicing synchronized skiing helps develop an external awareness that will dramatically improve your skiing, especially in the bumps, the trees, in rugged terrain and on ...

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Features Brighton and Solitude, UT Save Our Canyons has protested elements of Brighton's master plan that deal with skier capacity, and a decision on the plan is still pending with ...

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Features Elmer Mulkins has been on the first chair of the season at Loveland, Colo., nearly every winter for the past 30 years. About a decade ago, Mulkins would arrive at the lift at 6 ...