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Sun Peaks, B.C.

Travel Pacific

Sun Peaks used to be called Tod Mountain, but Tod Mountain means Death Mountain in German, so when developers bought the place in 1992, the first order of business was to liven up the name.

Chatter Creek, BC

Travel Pacific

Ask any of the owner-operators of Chatter Creek to explain how a bunch of woodsy locals could create one of the premier snowcat lodges in the world and you'll get their standard response.

The Inside Line: Sugarloaf, ME

Travel East

Sure, the postcard views stretching all the way to Canada from atop Sugarloaf, the state's second-highest peak, are dandy, and the vibe is laid-back, but that's not why you'll slog to the hinterlands of Maine to ski here.

The Inside Line: Whitewater, B.C.


Make the trek to Whitewater in Interior B.C.-including the four miles up the access road, past 20-foot snowbanks and the echoing concussions of artillery shells-and you'll realize you've arrived in a rarefied place.

Jackson Hole Gets Hit Hard with Snow


In the past week, JHMR has received 50 inches of snow, bringing the cumulative total to 258 inches, with summit and mid-mountain depths of 75 and 71 inches, respectively.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report: Jan. 27, 2003


Skiing improves in western Canada, while the east coast and Utah and Colorado prepare for storms to hit this weekend.

Red River, N.M.


Taos and its legendary steeps may be just a couple of ridgelines away, but low-key Red River gives novices and families what they want.

The Top Six for Families: West


From Ski Schools to teen centers, a handful of resorts manage to please the whole clan. Here are SKI's picks for family fun in the West. Steamboat Springs, Colo.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report


A major change in the current weather pattern will bring warmer weather to the east and snow to the west.

Weekend Storm Piles Snow on Colorado Resorts


Another winter storm moved into Colorado this past weekend, continuing the consistent snowfall the state has experienced for the last eight weeks.

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