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2004 East Rankings

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A preview of the top resorts in the East.

First Turns: Sunday River, ME

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Unlike a few lucky eastern resorts, Sunday River does not reside in a natural snowbelt (it averages just 155 inches annually).

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report: March 24-30

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Big snows may hit the Pacific Northwest and travel to Sun Valley, Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee, while snow is expected to be measured in feet across British Columbia and Alberta in the next 10 days.

Transactions: December 2002

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Mountain property transactions for December 2002.

2003 Number 10 Resort in the East: Sunday River, Maine

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Thanks to some management changes at the top, Sunday River is now sporting a newer, happier attitude, causing one reader to call it "a civilized version of Killington." But its biggest success is still the Les Otten formula of snowmaking, grooming and lots of fast lifts.

Unchanged For The Better

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While nearby Sunday River boomed and profited, Mt. Abram kept it real. Who wins? That depends how you measure success.

Transactions: September 2002

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Mountain property transactions for September 2002.

2002 Number 6 Resort in the East: Sunday River, Maine

Travel

Readers complain about getting here, eating here and partying here. So why do they come to Sunday River, and in droves? To paraphrase James Carville: It's the skiing, stupid.

Above it All

Travel East

Everyone knows it's bigger, steeper and farther than most New England resorts. But what really sets Sugarloaf apart is its easygoing attitude.

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