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Boyne Highlands, Mich.: Rank 4 East of Lake Michigan, 1998


Boyne Highlands, about 20 miles north of Boyne Mountain, is the larger of the two Boyne resorts in Michigan. With 42 ski runs and the capacity for 1,200 guests, it's a sprawling complex.

Copper Mountain


Anchored by a dynamic mountain, a Colorado resort steps up with a new village-and a new attitude.

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.

First Turns: Timberline, OR

Travel Pacific

From June through August, Timberline is abuzz with young athletes at summer camps. There's Windells for new school skiers, High Cascade for boarders, and the Atomic Race Camp for gate bashers.

Big Bear Mountain Resorts


Two of SoCal's most popular mountains join forces to offer L.A. skiers one sweet deal.

Signpost: Mammoth Mountain


Everything you need to know about Mammoth Mountain, Calif.

Glen Plake


He was on skis at age 2, scammed his first season pass the next year and broke his fibula at 5.

The Inside Line: Sugarloaf, ME

Travel East

Sure, the postcard views stretching all the way to Canada from atop Sugarloaf, the state's second-highest peak, are dandy, and the vibe is laid-back, but that's not why you'll slog to the hinterlands of Maine to ski here.

Summer Skiing: Timberline, Ore.


Two dads from Vermont, delivering their sons to their first day of summer race training at Timberline Lodge, are making their way up the Mt. Hood access road, enjoying the spectacular Cascade scenery, "when some crazy girl in a Subaru" passes them on a c

Double Trouble


When you were a kid, skis went in one direction. Now turned-up tails are turning on a new generation.

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