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Why We Ski: Speed

Features

Humans crave speed. It's why you linger at the summit to let the crowds clear for your last run. Face-freezing, thigh-burning speed.

Slow Start, Fast Finish

Turning Points

Even the world's fastest, fiercest skiers know the benefits of slowing down.

Whiteface Mountain Plays "Name That…Chairlift"

Features

Whiteface Mountain is preparing for the upcoming season by constructing a new high-speed quad chairlift. They are looking to skiers and riders to "Name that Chairlift." So log on to www.whiteface.com and register your suggestion for the name of the new lift.

Small Is Good

Warren Miller

Skiing is about making turns, not where you make them.

Utah's Other Canyon: Mountain Tour, Solitude

Features

Take a literal tour of the terrain on Solitude's slopes before you go.

Winter Makes a Stand in the Rockies

Travel

A snowstorm dropped more than a foot of new powder in parts of the region, Thursday, and more flurries are in the forecast.

Great Conditions Fuel Cardrona's Early Opening

Travel

With a blessing of snow for four straight days, the early season at Cardrona Alpine Resort in New Zealand is already shaping up to be a great one.

Booth Creek to Sell Four Resorts

News

Four of the company's seven resorts are rumored to be for sale, although no specific price or buyer has yet been named.

Mount Everest Remains Unskied

News

Another climbing season has passed with Mount Everest--the world's highest peak at 29,028 feet--still unskied.

Snow Jam in Jackson Hole

News

A week of big snows has made for phenomenal early-season conditions at Jackson Hole, WY, which now boasts 4,100 vertical feet open--the most in the county.

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