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Signpost: Kicking Horse, B.C.

Features

Everything you need to know about Kicking Horse, B.C.

The Devil's Half-Dozen: Dave Murray Downhill Whistler, B.C.

Features

It drops more than 3,300 vertical feet in just over a mile and a half. Dave Murray Downhill is the second longest downhill in the world and will be the site for the 2010 Olympic course.

The Devil's Half-Dozen: KT-22 Squaw Valley, Calif.

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.

Signpost: The Canyons

Features

Everything you need to know about the Canyone, UT.

Signpost: Jackson Hole

Travel Rockies

Everything you need to know about jackson Hole, WY.

Loveland Ski Area to Open Oct. 17

Features

Loveland Ski Area in Colorado officially kicks-off the nation's 2002-03 ski and snowboard season Thurs., Oct. 17. The combination of snowmaking, over 12 inches of natural snow and winter temperatures helped Loveland become the first ski area in North America to open for the season.

2002 Number 11 Resort In North America: Jackson Hole, Wyo.

Travel

After three years of non-stop improvements, Jackson Hole is taking a breather. So this is the year to visit.

2002 Number 13 Resort In North America: Mammoth Mtn., Calif.

Travel

Mammoth Mountain's massive size and endless variety of terrain has long made it the preferred winter playground for Southern Californians. For good reason.

2002 Number 15 Resort in North America: Heavenly, California

Travel

Heavenly is not a good place to spend a day. Two days isn't even enough. To see and ski it all (it sits in two states after all, California and Nevada) may take three or four.

2002 Number 19 Resort In North America: Telluride, Colo.

Travel

If you're looking to get back to the roots of Colorado skiing, look no further than Telluride.

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