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Travel à‚• The Vermont Ski Museum , which used to be on Route 4 near Killington, has pulled up stakes for Stowe, where local innkeepers are now seeking a downtown site with free ...

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Travel Last season, after a 15-year hiatus, White Pine Ski Area in Pinedale, Wyoming, became the first U.S. ski area to reopen since Colorado's Berthoud Pass did so in 1998. With 370 ...

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From the Top Our annual Reader Resort Survey, now in its 13th season, may be the sport's greatest oxymoron. That's because these Top 60 resort rankings are unequivocally defensible¿yet ...

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Warren Miller In 1936, Union Pacific Railroad president Averell Harriman created Sun Valley, Idaho, because he had enjoyed skiing in St. Anton, Austria. But there was no uphill ...

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Travel In a case of déjà vu, Summit County, Utah, is hoping to capitalize on the same marketing concept that put Summit County, Colo., on the map some 20 years ago. Back then, the ...

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Travel Benefiting from a split personality, Telluride, Colo., really does have something for everyone. One reader aptly describes Telluride as "a weird mix of rustic mining town ...

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Travel Nightlife-or lack thereof-is the one perennial knock to vacationing at Copper. "Bring Pictionary or the latest edition of SKI if you're staying overnight! You'll need something ...

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Travel Keystone, which moved up six spots in the rankings, may come as close as any North American resort to being all things to all skiers. In fact, this Summit County playground, ...

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Travel After 20 years as a SKI Magazine editor and visits to 127 resorts, you might think it difficult to choose a favorite. You'd be wrong. Val d'Isère, France, may have culture and ...

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Travel Ascutney Mountain Resort 3rd Grade Pass Program Each third-grade student in Vermont and New Hampshire is eligible for this free unlimited season pass. Principals in all ...

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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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Travel Ski resorts have a love-hate relationship with the sun. In the decades before snowmaking, the threat that too much of a good thing could turn your hill into a melt-and-freeze ...

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Features I must confess. I feel a bit like Bill Murray in "Groundhog Day." Despite being an Easterner, I've skied Mt. Bachelor during the spring and summer dozens of times¿and I never ...

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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 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 ...