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New York State of Mind

Travel East

Holiday Valley may be small in stature, but it's got a big heart — and an even bigger fan club.

Sharp Mountain Ski Area to Reopen February 4

Travel East

Not a tourist destination by any means, but for the few skiers in Pottsville and Schuylkill County, it was perfect.

Skiing Red


Bear-bile capsules, congee and startlingly brutal temps: Yabuli is Chinese skiing at its best.

36 Hours of Mayhem Rocks Keystone


Keystone opened their season with 36 hours of continuous skiing, five inches of fresh snow, and a whole bunch of crazed skiers and boarders.

Kidding Around


Mellow Windham Mountain sets a Catskills standard for "family friendly," drawing New York-area weekenders by the minvanload.

Reader Resort Survey 2005: Midwest No.3 - Granite Peak


Midwest No. 3: Granite Peak, Wausau, Wis.

Jackson Hole, Wyo.: Rank 18 West, 1998


Dedicated Jackson skiers had only one criticism of the new Bridger Gondola: "What took them so long?" Jackson virtually defines the term Challenge. As one reader put it, "No mountain has ever kicked my butt like Jackson."

Mad River Glen, Vermont: Rank 13 East, 1997


If you've never been to Mad River, you're missing a culture all skiers should experience.

Loon, N.H.: Rank 6 East, 1998


There's so much Boston at Loon that it's surprising there isn't a Legal Seafood in nearby Lincoln.

Killington, Vt.: Rank 2 East, 1998


Killington is so big it makes your head hurt. Wait a minute¿maybe your head hurts because of Killington's nightlife. Either way, readers agree that Killington deserves a No. 2 ranking for the second year in a row.

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