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News May 16, 2007 KIRKWOOD, CALIFORNIA - (News Release) - With a pre-construction sales launch of nearly 50%, Expedition Lodge at Kirkwood Mountain Resort, Lake Tahoe's first ...

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Features Charlie Parker said "If you don't live it, it won't come out your horn." With 500 annual inches of Utah snow, a diehard local attitude and an Alps-like smorgasbord of terrain, ...

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Travel Rockies November Beta: Brighton gets some of its biggest dumps early in the season due to a weather pattern that it shares with its southerly neighbors, Alta and ...

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Travel For anyone unclear on Aspen Highland's best attributes, let a reader enumerate them: "Terrain, terrain, terrain." Some terrain you ski from lifts, some you hike to, some you ...

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Features Just when you think one of America's great adventure mountains can't get any better, it does. Last season the dust finally settled on the new Highlands Village, with its needed ...

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Travel Crested Butte is not your average resort; it's a real mountain community with locals as loyal as they come. It's a bear to get to, but locals say that keeps the pretenders out. ...

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Travel After a year's absence from the Midwest Top 10, Indianhead-the UP's Big Chief-is back with new owners and a new attitude. This timeworn resort still gets praise for its skiing, ...

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Travel The leading factors affecting early-season snow and ski conditions are as follows: 1. High average snowfall. A good rule of thumb is that an area should average at least ...

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Travel What's not to love about Wildcat? Classic trails like Polecat and Lynx that wind past million-dollar views of Tuckerman Ravine and Mt. Washington; a down-home, hard-skiing ...

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Travel No matter whether Vail's ranking is a straight number or curved, there's little doubt that it sets the agenda for North American skiing. There's a harmonic convergence of snow, ...

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Mountain Life Am I alone in finding the annual SKI Magazine Reader Resort Survey profoundly unsatisfying? Every year it's Whistler, Vail; Vail, Whistler. With Sun Valley and Deer Valley ...

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Travel Tucked away hard by the Canadian border, Jay Peak reminds you a bit of Jackson Hole, Wyo. There's the tram, of course. And both resorts are a bit hard to get to, but well worth ...

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Travel It's baa-ack. You can't blame other resorts for learning from-and occasionally surpassing-the master. But this year's survey reminds us that Vail unquestionably set, and ...

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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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Travel Big Sky's spirit-cleansing wildness draws universal raves as one of the most scenic and least crowded resorts in America. "Beautiful setting, awesome views, no liftlines," is the ...