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2001 Number 11 Resort in the East: Sunday River, Maine


Some consider Sunday River to be the ski miracle of the past two decades: A guy with vision and money turns a backwater day-area on a ridge of modest mountains into what one reader calls "one of the best ski areas in New England."

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


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


An update on expansion plans and environemental protests.

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


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.

Northstar Adds 200 Acres


On Jan. 20, Northstar-at-Tahoe, CA celebrates the Grand Opening of their 200-acre expert expansion--Lookout Mountain.

Crested Butte Offers 'the Greatest Ski Deal on Earth'


Ski for free for an entire six weeks. For the ninth year running, Crested Butte will offer free lift tickets, not to mention great lodging packages, to early- and late-season skiers.

Sunday River Opens First In Maine


Vigorous snowmaking efforts allow Sunday River Ski Resort to be the first ski area in Maine to open and the second area to open in the East.

Will Snow Show for the 2002 Winter Olympics?


Utah's balmy February muddied parking lots at some ski resorts and raised concerns there won't be enough snow in the Wasatch Mountains when the Winter Olympics are held Feb. 8-24, 2002.

Less Energy Produces More Snow at American Skiing Company Resorts


Skiers and snowboarders encouraged to pre-purchase All For One passes to lock in price savings.

Keystone snowmaker drowns


Nov. 26: Freak accident occurred as snowmaking shelter filled with water.

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