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Reader Resort Survey 2005: Midwest No. 9 - Shanty Creek


Midwest No. 9: Shanty Creek, Bellaire, Mich.

Reader Resort Survey 2005: Midwest No.6 - Big Powderhorn


Midwest No. 6: Big Powderhorn, Ironwood, Mich.

Pain and Glory: Hermann Maier


Hermann Maier is flying through the air, upside down. This isn't supposed to be happening.

Mammoth Mountain, Calif.: Rank 17 West, 1998


In the early Eighties, Mammoth Mountain was the nation's No. 1 area for skier visits. On slope, the reasons for its huge appeal haven't changed: Mammoth is a big, brawny mountain with abundant snowfall and a stunning natural setting.

Cannon Mountain, New Hampshire: Rank 19 East, 1997


Still rustic and rough-hewn, Cannon lets you experience skiing the way it used be.

First Turns: Brighton, UT

Travel Rockies

Brighton gets some of its biggest dumps early in the season due to a weather pattern that it shares with its southerly neighbors, Alta and Snowbird.

New England Revolution

Travel East

When it comes to ski photography, Western resorts almost always hog the camera. Give Eastern shooters a chance, however, and they might surprise you.

First Turns: Mt. Baker, WA

Travel Pacific

In the early season, the mountain-1,000 acres and 1,500 vertical feet-can go from bare to buried in a matter of days, and the snow is thick enough to slather the steepest, rockiest pitches.

Why We Ski: Last Run


The last run isn't for the weak of limb or the faint of heart. It demands we dig deep into ourdepleted reserves and find a skier in there who's willing to face yet another challenge.

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