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Gore's Encore


A sleepy state-run ski area wakes up -- but good.

Crème de la Crème: The Hyatt At Beaver Creek


Beaver Creek is about decadence with a purpose. The Hyatt, Beaver Creek's centerpiece hotel, perfectly defines that purpose.

Crème de la Crème: The Little Nell


I can never sleep at The Little Nell. It's not the beds that keep me awake. They're as soft and downy as new-fallen snow. Nor is it the purr of snowcats prowling the peaks outside my window.

2001 Number 8 Resort in the Midwest: Crystal Mountain, Mich.


The people who run Crystal Mountain are masters of the "resort tweak." As one reader puts it, "This is a small resort that maximizes its assets; they get the details right." On the hill, Crystal uses every inch of terrain to its utmost potential.

Re-Inventing Stowe

Travel East

The single largest component of the proposed $150 million redevelopment of Stowe is Spruce Hamlet, a 35-acre village sited at the base of Spruce Peak. In total, 423 development units and some 800 beds will be added, all slopeside.

2001 Number 1 Resort in the East: Tremblant, Que., Can.


Tremblant stands tall for the fourth consecutive year as the No. 1 resort in the East. That's impressive. Reader responses show that this Quebec resort is offering what skiers want.

Transactions: October 2000

Mountain Life

Mountain property transactions for October 2000. Locations include Steamboat Springs, Colo., Whitefish, Mont. and North Conway, N.H.

2001 Number 23 Resort in North America: Solitude, Utah


Like the eagles that fly above its runs, this ski area is soaring. Although the majority of its visitors are day-trippers from nearby Salt Lake City, destination skiers are discovering Solitude's plentiful snowfall, 1,200 acres of terrain and...

2001 Number 9 Resort in the East: Smuggler's Notch, Vt.


Smugglers' has earned No. 1 family resort honors so consistently, it's nearly earned itself a Webster's entry.

Transactions: May/June 2000

Mountain Life

Featured transactions include, Snowshoe, W.Va., Snowbird, Utah, and Whistler/Blackcomb, B.C.

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