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Features Los Angelenos don't trek 350 miles through the Mojave Desert to this remote resort because it's convenient. They come because Mammoth is big, beautiful, California cool and¿as ...

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Features Aspen is like Donald Trump: arrogant, flashy, ostentatious¿and not to be missed. What Aspen's not is bashful: Both the town and its mountain trumpet the resort's elite and ...

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Features It was just a matter of time before this climber cracked the Top 10. In the hands of savvy management, Okemo has marched from obscurity to Eastern prominence by making all the ...

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Features Back in the early Eighties, Okemo was a struggling area with too many surface lifts, old chairlifts and a tattered small-town character. Ludlow was a mill town that had ...

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Features Jack of all trades, master of none, Loon makes no boasts about having the longest, widest or steepest anything in New England. The area, however, does offer trails long enough, ...

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Features What's not to like about Bretton Woods? Begin with the lodging: That includes a historic grand hotel, a charming country inn, a modern motel with budget-friendly prices or the ...

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Features Whistler won the No. 1 ranking in the SKI Reader Resort Survey for three of the five past seasons, but Vail reclaimed the top spot for 2000-01. Here's how the two heavyweights ...

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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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Advice Aspen, CO, Dec. 9, 2001, 7:00 PM--Seven hours, twenty laps, and twelve cups of coffee in, Team Germany has built a substantial minute-plus lead over Austria and Switzerland. The ...

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News Killington, VT, Nov. 6, 2001--For the 41st consecutive season, this morning Killington Resort became the first resort to open in the East for skiing and riding for the 2001-2002 ...

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Features Blessed by five faces and numerous niches, the"Valley" still pulls 'em in. With wide flanks, hidden glades, monster moguls, quick drop-offs and rolling meadows, ...

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Features Sunday River is not the highest mountain in the East, but it may be the widest. What it lacks in vertical rise is more than compensated for by eight sprawling peaks and a ...

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Features Like an antique lamp that's rubbed and polished to reveal something truly special, Tremblant¿after several seasons of investment and redesign by Intrawest¿is the class of the ...

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Features There are 30 million reasons why Vail returns as King of the Hills after being knocked off its throne by Whistler/Blackcomb for two years running. That's how many dollars were ...

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Features A ski town with more cows than Range Rovers? Welcome to the Mad River Valley. Readers praise the scenic villages of Warren and Waitsfield and rave about the Sugarbush terrain. ...