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2001 Number 7 Resort in North America: Beaver Creek, Colo.

Travel

It's hard to believe that Vail's glam little sister is celebrating her 20th season. Since it opened, Beaver Creek has cemented its status as a "posh and pampering" resort. Where else can you ride an escalator to the slopes while sipping your Starbucks l

2001 Number 9 Resort in the East: Smuggler's Notch, Vt.

Travel

Smugglers' has earned No. 1 family resort honors so consistently, it's nearly earned itself a Webster's entry.

Fires on the Mountains: Arapahoe Basin, CO

Features

An update on expansion plans and environemental protests.

Explore Locke's Resorts: Stoneham And Mont Sainte-Anne, Quebec

Features

Location is the key to Locke's regional empire. Each one of his Western resorts offers a different ski experience and urban hubs are within a 4-hour drive.

Aspen Gets Green Light

News

FIS Men's World Cup Director Gunther Hujara gave Aspen Mountain the full go ahead Wednesday morning for a pair of World Cup men's slaloms Sunday and Monday.

Elk Meadows Closed, Awaiting State Meeting

News

Elk Meadows Ski & Summer Resort in Beaver, UT plan to give the resort to charity following negotiations with the Utah Department of Environmental Quality.

Snowshoe Rings in a Record Holiday Season

News

Snowshoe Ski Resort in West Virginia entered the New Year by setting an all-time resort record for skier visits over the holiday season.

Killington Resort to Re-Open Next Week

News

World's largest snowmaking system set to fire up Thursday afternoon.

U.N. Reports Warming Effects on Ski Areas

News

Global warming is threatening the world's ski resorts, with melting at lower altitudes forcing the sport to move higher and higher up mountains, according to a new United Nations study.

Blizzard pummels Sierra

News

Dec. 3: Snow and high wind shut down schools, highways and even ski resorts, but those resorts are now set for the Christmas season. Up to 42 inches of snow fell.

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