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Features A good time never felt so creepy. Nearly a foot of new snow has settled over Utah's Powder Mountain, but the parking lot is still empty when the bullwheels start turning. No ...

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Features In 1946, before there were lifts in Squaw Valley, Sandy Poulsen, wife of the resort's founder, hiked a steep 8,200-foot peak to the left of where Squaw's gondola now sits. ...

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Features Georgetown, Colo. October 16, 2002 (Loveland Press Release)--Loveland Ski Area in Colorado officially kicks-off the nation's 2002-03 ski and snowboard season Thurs., Oct. 17, ...

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Travel If you're looking to get back to the roots of Colorado skiing, look no further than Telluride. Whether it's the fact that "the resort oozes the old spirit of skiing," as one ...

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Travel East November Beta: Unlike a few lucky eastern resorts, Sunday River does not reside in a natural snowbelt (it averages just 155 inches annually). But the resort makes ...

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Features Two resorts, two trams, two teams, one day. On Tuesday, January 7, Skiing Magazine will pit Jackson Hole against Snowbird to see which resort's four-person team can log the ...

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Features At the end of the 5th hour, the team at Snowbird takes the lead by 6,860 vertical feet. Showing no sign of fatigue, the women have just completed their 22nd run, calculating a ...

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Features Two Hours into the 2003 Jackson-Snowbird Tram Off and Jackson is leading with a total of 92,800 vertical feet. As the team at Snowbird is beginning their 9th tram ride, the ...

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Features Two resorts, two trams, two teams, one day. On Tuesday, January 7, Skiing Magazine will pit Jackson Hole against Snowbird to see which resort's four-person team can log the ...

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Features With two days left to go until the start of the 24 hours of Aspen ski race, the most grueling endurance ski race in history, the athletes are now up in Aspen squeezing in any ...

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Instruction You see this snowflake?" asks instructor Christoph Schork, pointing to a quartz-like shard on my sleeve glimmering in the sunshine. We are standing on the deck at Corbet's ...

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Features From the perch of the posh slopeside suites at The Summit to the wild heights of 11,166-foot Lone Peak, Big Sky goes big all the way. Its 4,350 vertical feet features some of ...

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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 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 ...

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Features When the Weather Channel makes its annual stakeout of western New York to tell the country lake-effect tales of woe, skiers at the east end of Lake Erie grin in anticipation. ...