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US Alpine Skiers Named for World Juniors in Canada

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Nine skiers have been named to compete Feb.22-27 in the World Alpine Junior Championships outside Quebec City, theU.S. Ski Team said Tuesday.

Attitash Hosts Second Annual Girlfriends' Weekend

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Attitash Grand Summit Resort Hotel offering a ladies-only getaway in time for Mother's Day.

Resorts Ride Tide of Early Season Success

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Resorts from Maine to California are abuzz with stories of fantastic early season conditions and more skier visits than the last few years. Should the trend continue, who knows what's in store for the ski industry and its patrons.

Killington Announces Season Pass Milestone

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Displaying the excitement surrounding this season's All For One Passes, which offers skiing and riding at Killington, Pico and four other premier eastern resorts, the Silver All For One Pass is now sold out.

Free Ski Day at Attitash

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Attitash is hosting a free day on Friday, Dec. 17.

2000 US Alpine Ski Team Roster

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A strong list of 42 skiers make up the 2000 US Alpine Ski Team roster.

Killington Optimistic About New Pass

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Local business owners in the Killington region are taking advantage of the buzz created by Killington's new All For One season pass in hopes of seeing a greater number of guests in the region this winter and more business through their front door.

Super Series Top 10

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The latest standings of the top 10 skiers in Wednesday's $100,000 Super Series giant slalom at Hunter Mountain are in.

Great Deal! ASC Announces All-For-One Pass

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Citing it as the best deal in eastern skiing, the American Skiing Company announced this week an unprecedented season pass that provides skiing and riding at all six of its eastern resorts next winter for as little as $349.

Northeast Gets Snowed-in

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New Englanders woke up on the morning of Feb. 6, 2001 to multiple feet of snow in their yards, and they'll be heading to the slopes this weekend to search out some untracked stashes. Maybe you should too.

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