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Snowbird Opens Saturday with Gad Valley Terrain


Snowbird Resort's 35th season begins Saturday, Nov. 18, with skiing and riding on natural and man-made snow in Gad Valley.



Snowmobilers and cat-ski operators kick and claw for the cleanest backcountry lines.

Ice Palace


Epic terrain and an enchanting lodge draw catskiers to this hideout 5,000 feet up in the Canadian Rockies.

Deer Valley, Utah: Rank 5 West, 1997


Deer Valley is a feast for the senses¿and you're the guest of honor. Start the day by enjoying 1,100 acres of primarily cruising terrain, perfectly groomed by a fleet of snowcats that smooth, buff and roll all night.

Breckenridge, Colo.: Rank 11 West, 1998


Some resorts excel on the slopes. Others shine after the lifts close. But it's a rare resort that succeeds at both.

Personality Plus


Portland, Ore., skiers find multiple reasons to check out Mt. Hood Meadows.

Inn of the Month: Edgewater Lodge


Whistler Valley holds a secret most visitors never glimpse: It is magical and magnetic not because of anything manmade, but because of the sheer enormity and beauty of the basin's natural mountain landscape.

Déjà -Ski


Have you ever found yourself mid-run and forgotten which area you're at? Or wondering if you have skied the same run before? All over snow country, we have McTrails that look alike and ski alike.

2003 Number 10 Resort in North America: Breckenridge, Colo.


More than 90 percent of readers cite Breckenridge's "wonderful ski town" as one of the resort's major strengths. They're right: In the age of purpose-built Bavarian-style resorts, Breckenridge's authentic Victorian Main Street creates an ambience that is "refreshingly real."

2002 Number 26 Resort In North America: Crested Butte, Colo.


For 40 years skiers have enjoyed the mountain that's known as "the cult capital of winter sports." And while it may be "remote," as one reader beefs, Crested Butte's isolation is the key to its Alps-like beauty.

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