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Attitash Announces $2.5 Million in Snowmaking Enhancements

News

Attitash incorporates some of the latest technology, fan guns, into their powerful snowmaking system.

Kirkwood Calif.

Travel

Learn the ways of the backcountry at an off-the-beaten-track Lake Tahoe resort.

Mt. Snow, Vermont: Rank 10 East, 1997

Features

Mount Snow had cruising terrain before anybody even knew what cruising was. If you ski mostly blue, you'll roam with diplomatic immunity.

Mammoth, California: Rank 12 West, 1997

Features

Los Angelenos don't trek 350 miles through the Mojave Desert to this remote resort because it's convenient.

Lutsen, Minn.: Rank 1 West of Lake Michigan, 1998

Features

Lutsen may be the best New England-like ski resort outside of New England. In fact, it's been dubbed the "Killington of the Midwest."

Loon, New Hampshire: Rank 7 East, 1997

Features

Jack of all trades, master of none, Loon makes no boasts about having the longest, widest or steepest anything in New England.

Lake Louise, Alberta: Rank 7 West, 1997

Features

This is one ski area where the over-used hook of "undiscovered gem" holds true. The handful of SKI readers who have ventured into Banff National Park rave over this northern treasure.

Killington, Vermont: Rank 2 East, 1997

Features

Killington is nothing if not persistent. For the 36th consecutive year, the Vermont giant (212 trails, 33 lifts and 3,150 vertical feet) boasted the longest season in the East.

Keystone, Colorado: Rank 15 West, 1997

Features

Keystone offers something few other resorts do: extensive night skiing. Want to take a morning (or afternoon) off? Lift tickets start at 8:30 am, noon, 2, 4 and 6 pm, and are good until Keystone closes at 9.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Rank 10 West, 1997

Features

Jackson breeds an odd loyalty from its admirers. "To hell with pleasant sunny weather," a reader begs. "Give me snow and cold¿Jackson Hole in January."

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