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Pre-Sales for Kirkwood Private Residence Club Match Industry Records

News

Founder's Club memberships in high demand for exclusive Expedition Lodge.

Snowbird, Utah: Rank 16 West, 1998

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, Snowbird lives it.

Park City, Utah: Rank 9 West, 1998

Features

If the hassle of winter travel has kept you from a ski vacation, Park City is the clear solution. With the Salt Lake City airport just down the road, the resort ranks No. 3 nationally for access.

First Turns: Brighton, UT

Travel Rockies

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 Snowbird.

2002 Number 17 Resort In North America: Aspen Highlands, Colo.

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 view.

2002 Number 18 Resort In North America: Snowbird, Utah

Travel

Terrain and snow are what define a mountain's character, and Snowbird draws aces on both accounts. Readers rate the 'Bird second on the continent for Challenge, and they aren't kidding.

2002 Number 14 Resort In North America: Winter Park, Colo.

Travel

It's time for Winter Park to lie down on an analyst's couch. The largest city-owned ski resort in North America, Denver's "winter park" has been embraced for more than 60 years by day skiers who drive 67 miles from the city.

2003 Number 4 Resort in the East: Stratton, Vt.

Travel

Stratton made the biggest leap of any resort this year-moving up from No. 17 to No. 4-by catering to a well-heeled clientele who prefer gliding down corduroy to launching off bumps.

Number 4 Resort in the East: Stratton, Vt.

Features

Stratton made the biggest leap of any resort this year-moving up from No. 17 to No. 4-by catering to a well-heeled clientele who prefer gliding down corduroy to launching off bumps. Since becoming part of the Intrawest family in 1994, Stratton has invested millions into updating and renovating the faux-Bavarian resort to meet the demands of the metro-New York families who frequent it.

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