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Early-Season Considerations for Eastern Skiers


Early Season Considerations for Eastern Skiers

Factors Affecting Early-Season Snow Conditions


Top-Five Factors Affecting Early-Season Snow Conditions

East Gets First Snowfall


Break out your boards, put the ski rack back on the car, and dust off your hat and gloves: The Northeast has gotten its first major snowfall of the season.

2002 Number 17 Resort in the East: Stratton, Vt.


Stratton is the kind of mountain fussy skiers love to hate. They complain about the "uneven weather" and the "need for more expert terrain" and they whine that it's "way too pricey." Consider theirs the whines of envy.

2002 Number 1 Resort in the Midwest: Nub's Nob, Mich.


Nub's Nob finishing No. 1 in the Midwest is the biggest upset since Apollo Creed's lights were turned out by Rocky Balboa. One reader says Nub's is the "Midwest's best-kept secret." That's about to change.

2002 Number 3 Resort in the Midwest: Crystal Mountain, Mich.


Great things come in small packages. Crystal Mountain is a prime example. Like the Little Engine That Could, Crystal is climbing SKI's Midwest Top 10 List-from No. 10 two years ago to No. 8 last year to No. 3 this year.

2002 Number 14 Resort in the East: Holiday Valley, N.Y.


Holiday Valley is neither the biggest resort in New York nor the best known. It is, however, the most popular and has some of the best facilities and management in the East.

Ski Midwest: Little Gem, Boston Mills/Brandywine, An Ohio Oasis


Uniquely situated on either side of the Cuyahoga River, Boston Mills/Brandywine are two small areas that offer big skiing in the heart of Ohio.

Bring Back Stretch Pants


Starting in the late Forties and stretching into the next three decades, skiing experienced a boom unequaled in the sport's history.

Paradise Found


According to one biased writer-in-residence, Bethel, Maine, may just be the last, best ski town on earth.

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