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Travel Loveland Ski Area 1,570 skiable acres; 2,210 vertical feet; 400 annual inches; 93 trails plus a terrain park and about 500 acres of above-treeline skiing; 10 lifts, including ...

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Travel Keystone Resort 2,722 acres; 3,128 vertical feet; summit elevation 12,408 feet; 230 inches of annual snowfall; 116 trails; 650 acres of snowmaking; 20 lifts, including five ...

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Features When my family moved to Aspen in the 1960s, I had visions of tearing around famous Aspen Mountain and discovering every face shot at the new Snowmass resort. I didn't realize ...

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Features DENVER COLO., Nov. 17, 2004--The official start of the ski season kicked off Tuesday, when Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper teamed up with Winter Park Resort, Copper Mountain, ...

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Features Los Angelenos don't trek 350 miles through the Mojave Desert to this remote resort because it's convenient. They come because Mammoth is big, beautiful, California cool and¿as ...

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Features If you want to look local here, don a helmet and a sick grin, and head for the high-wire act known as Lone Peak (11,166 feet) via America's most rapturous cable car. "The ...

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Travel The rail didn't look that big from the lift. In fact, the entire terrain park looked a lot less intimidating. But now, staring down the ramp to the first feature, a flat rail, I ...

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Travel East Elevation: 4,237 feet Vertical Drop: 2,820 feet acres: 1,400 Snowfall: 176 inches (at 3,695 feet) Getting There: Sugarloaf is two hours from Portland and four hours from ...

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Features Okemo must be doing something right. Despite the usual complaints of weekend crowds and lousy parking, this resort jumped seven spots. Everybody applauds Okemo's impeccable ...

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Features From the World Cup ski racers in November to the Spring Jam riders in April, Aspen regularly hosts some of the most devoted skiers and boarders on the globe. That's no ...

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Features A hallmark of great European resorts is that you see the same people vacationing there year after year. They stay in the same hotels, request their favorite instructors, eat at ...

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Features Just when you think one of America's great adventure mountains can't get any better, it does. Last season the dust finally settled on the new Highlands Village, with its needed ...

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Features The tools are picked up, construction is finished and the new Copper Mountain Village is here. Chronically criticized as a resort with "limited dining and nightlife," Copper ...

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Features Alta's unassailable charms are snow (abundant and as dry as the perfect martini), terrain (wide-open flanks punctuated with butt-clenching steeps) and value ($40 a day), ...

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Features Of the 16 medals Keystone collected, none shines brighter than the gold for Family Programs. The citation suggests all sorts of fuzzy togetherness, conjuring up images of Ward ...