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While nearby Sunday River boomed and profited, Mt. Abram kept it real. Who wins? That depends how you measure success.
In the East, you'll never know unless you go.
I have always believed that SKI's readers travel ahead of the curve (you had Whistler at the top of the list years before the ski world discovered the place).
Sometimes justice does prevail. Virtually ignored by readers just four years ago, Sugarloaf has steadily climbed in the survey to right where it belongs.
You know this has to be one special place to punch its way into the East's Top 5. With a paltry 750 vertical feet, Seven Springs-in Pennsylvania-manages to keep company with Northeast giants through commitment and creativity.
Readers complain about getting here, eating here and partying here. So why do they come to Sunday River, and in droves? To paraphrase James Carville: It's the skiing, stupid.
If you groom it, they will come. That mantra has served Loon Mountain well over the past decade, with more skiers discovering its well-groomed, well-made snow minutes off Route 93.
Since the American Skiing Company bought this ski area in 1997, it's has undergone North America's most comprehensive ski resort makeover.
Cut in 1952 to create a "challenging slalom hill" for the U.S. Championships, National is the oldest of Mt. Mansfield's famous Front Four ski trails.
Everything you need to know about the Norge Ski Club.
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