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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

Travel

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

36 Hours of Mayhem Rocks Keystone

Travel

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

Travel

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

Features

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

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

Features

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

Features

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.

Copper Mountain, Colorado: Rank 14 West, 1997

Features

Copper Mountain Resort has battled neighborhoodbullies in Summit County and the Vail Valley for years. With Vail buying Breckenridge and Keystone, andIntrawest acquiring Copper, it finally looks like a fair fight.

Attitash, New Hampshire: Rank 17 East, 1997

Features

If Wildcat is the bruiser of the Mount Washington Valley, Attitash is the soother.

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