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2002 Number 3 Resort in the East: Sugarloaf, Maine

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Sometimes justice does prevail. Virtually ignored by readers just four years ago, Sugarloaf has steadily climbed in the survey to right where it belongs.

Top 60 Reader Resort Survey 2002

Travel

SKI readers have spoken: For the first time in 14 years of our Resort Survey, neither Vail nor Whistler sits atop the standings. Hail Deer Valley, the new No. 1. Check out where your favorite resort finished.

Ski-Resort Job Fairs

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Looking to get involved with the ski industry? Check out these ski-resort job fairs coming soon to a resort near you.

American Skiing Company Chairman Les Otten Resigns

Features

Leslie B. Otten has resigned as chairman and chief executive of American Skiing Co., one of North America's biggest ski resort companies which only last week called off a planned merger with a hotel company.

Break it Down

Travel

As the days warm up, chances are your nearest ski area will be throwing a celebratory springtime bash. Here are a few parties that come with our highest recommendation.

2001 Number 8 Resort in the East: Sugarloaf, Maine

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Sugarloaf proves once again that life is all a matter of perspective. About the worst thing most readers said about Maine's mightiest mountain was that it is "in the absolute middle of nowhere."

Paradise Found

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

ASC to Sell Sugarbush

News

Cash-strapped American Skiing Co. has agreed to sell its Sugarbush resort in Vermont to an investment group for an undisclosed amount.

Raich Cliches Overall, Ligety 10th in Japan SL

News

Austrian Benjamin Raich clinched the World Cup overall title over the weekend.

Hot and Cold Openings

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Northeastern resorts have benefited from a string of cold days and nights while many resorts in the Pacific Northwest and Rockies have postponed openings due to above average temperatures.

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