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First Turns: Sugar Bowl, CA

Travel Pacific

As soon as the first video clip of spitting snow guns hits the airwaves, diehard boarders show up to hike and ride that teeny sneeze.

Whistler/Blackcomb Turns Attention to TELUS Fest

Features

Whistler/Blackcomb cranks it up with its annual season finale, the TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival.

2003 Number 30 Resort in North America: Alpine Meadows, Calif.

Features

It's not as glitzy as next-door Squaw Valley. Nor does it have all the amenities of its more famous neighbor. And you won't find many ski-and-snowboard rock stars hanging out at the base here. But you won't find many posers, either.

2003 Number 21 Resort in North America: Northstar-At-Tahoe, Calif.

Features

If Walt Disney had built a ski resort, he would have come up with something like Northstar-at-Tahoe. That's because this is a place where kids rule. Parents are, well, tag-alongs.

2003 Number 18 Resort in North America: The Canyons, Utah

Features

If you find yourself asking "The Where?" you're hardly alone. Since 1997, The Canyons has expanded so aggressively that it is now the largest ski area in Utah -- and among the five largest in the U.S. -- but for many skiers, the resort is still off the radar screen.

2003 Number 8 Resort in the East: Attitash Bear Peak, N.H.

Features

Neither flashy nor fusty, Attitash is a plugger. Boston-area families flock to this mid-size resort just outside of North Conway, N.H., drawn by its children's programs, snow quality and service-oriented employees.

Steamboat Invests $2 Million in Capital Improvements

Features

Steamboat's $2 million capital improvement program for the 2002-03 season is designed to improve a variety of facilities across the resort and greatly enhance the overall resort experience.

Teter Wins Gold, Bleiler Silver in Halfpipe

Advice

U.S. Snowboarding continued to rack up Olympic medals Monday as Hannah Teter (Belmont, VT) won gold and Gretchen Bleiler (Aspen, CO) took silver in Women's Halfpipe.

How Many Hot Dogs Can You Eat?

News

Get wild in New Hampshire this weekend with Glen Plake at Loon and Waterville Valley.

432 Straight Hours of Snowmaking and Counting at Sunday River

News

Holiday skiers and riders at Sunday River to benefit from 432 straight snowmaking hours — and counting; Consistently cold December allows for entire width of resort to open prior to holiday week .

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