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After Mt. Hood got 826 inches of snow this year, Windells, the summer camp, will be huge.
Published: Summer 2001
Anchored by a dynamic mountain, a Colorado resort steps up with a new village-and a new attitude.
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.
No. 7? This is an outrage. Sugarloaf was No. 3 last year, and it deserves to stay there. Readers committed this misdeed, but a lot of them also echoed my sentiment, including one who called it "the single best mountain in the East."
Along with the mountain village expansion, Copper is also looking to add new terrain, upgrade lifts, and improve snowmaking.
In the woods of northern Maine, far, far from civilization, Sugarloaf survives and thrives in its own magic world. Take a look the mountain's statistics.
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