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34 Inches of Snowfall at Loveland Ski Area

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After being the first ski area inNorth America to open for the 2002-2003 ski and snowboard season, LovelandSki Area experiences one of the snowiest openings in the area's 66 yearhistory.

25 Top Spots: #24 Kicking Horse, B.C.

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Perched on a high bench above Golden, B.C. in the Purcells, Kicking Horse is only three years old, but bro gossip is already calling it the next Whistler.

25 Top Spots: # 5 Mammoth, CA

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Treeless up top, with huge expanses of steep, ungroomed snow begging for high-speed turns, Mammoth is as close as you can get to European skiing in the U.S.

25 Top Spots: # 23 Crested Butte, CO

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Locals like Dave Swanwick, Wendy Fisher, and Alison Gannett keep their billy-goating, cliff-hucking skills sharp on terrain like the Headwall and North Face Extreme Limits.

25 Top Spots: # 22 Taos, NM

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With the crystal worshippers, pottery shysters, and Baptist caravans constituting much of the New Mexican population, it's hard to believe that a contingent of rippers remains loyal to the Sangre de Cristos.

25 Top Spots: # 21 Lake Louise, Alberta

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With three faces on two mountains, sprawling Lake Louise dwarfs thousands of skiers on a daily basis.

25 Top Spots: #20 Sunshine Village, Alberta

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Drop-dead scenery, dead-if-you-fall drops, cold-smoke snow, and a smokin'-hot party scene are reason enough to land Sunshine on this list.

25 Top Spots: #18 The Canyons, UT

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Labyrinthine is the word that best describes the constellation of valleys and ridges that make up The Canyons; lost is the word that best describes the plight of first-time visitors who don't take the size and diversity of this place seriously.

25 Top Spots: #17 Park city, UT

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Although it packs a whopping 3,300 acres, Park City doesn't scream "big mountain" from the base.

25 Top Spots: #16 Big Mountain, MT

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Big, now bigger. Steady expansion over the past six seasons has grown this Montana resort to 3,000 acres, an amazing amount of terrain given the small local population.

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