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June 9, 2011
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Mary Jane—named for a mining-era lady of the night—and its sister area, Winter Park, offer plenty of prospects for good skiing, including bumps and powder-filled bowls. Forming one of the closest major resorts to Denver, the two areas spread across five mountains and 3,078 acres. Add 3,060 feet of vertical, 30 feet of snowfall, and a direct train from Denver and it’s no wonder why the Front Range packs the place on Saturdays.
June 9, 2011
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Tucked in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon on the road to Alta, Snowbird is known for hanging bowls, 50-foot cliffs, and over-the-head powder. Pros like Jenn Berg, Jeremy Nobis, and Sage Cattabriga-Alosa schralp the high-alpine cirques along with equally talented nobodies—humble locals on K2 Pontoons. With more than 3,200 vertical feet of steeps, tree-lined chutes, and roughly 500 inches of snow a year, this isn’t a place you want to drive by.
Resorts | Utah | Snowbird
May 11, 2011
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Crested Butte, Taos, and Wolf Creek keep business in the family. With bosses who rip and employees who share the stoke, these family-run resorts might be exactly what skiers want—and need—now.
April 13, 2011
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Aspen is just as famous for its sky-high prices as its expert terrain, but there are some tricks to getting a good deal if you know where to look.
April 11, 2011
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Whoever said, “you can never go home again” clearly wasn’t a skier.
March 29, 2011
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Don't throw the boards into storage just yet. March, April, and even May (if you ski at Mt. Bachelor) are the best months to get great deals on lodging, lift tickets, and equipment, all while curating a gnarly goggle tan. Sun, brews, music, and costumes are what make spring skiing the next best alternative to an epic powder day. Here's where to close out yet another great season of shredding.
March 28, 2011
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Last week, a couple Skiing Magazine staffers decided to make some turns before work. They bagged the Silver Couloir, a steep, 2,500 foot stripe down the northeast face of Buffalo Mountain in Silverthorne, Colorado. Conditions were all time for this classic Summit County line, they found blue skies and buttery, boot-top powder. Not a bad way to start the day.
March 22, 2011
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Contrary to popular belief, you can ski your way through college and still earn a degree. Just join a collegiate ski team. By Ari Cohen.
March 4, 2011
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These are the ladies coming out of Vail, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Beaver Creek, including some of the fiercest competitors in park and pipe, and the girl who might be the future of the U.S. moguls team.
March 3, 2011
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Yes, Deer Valley has probably earned the nickname “Bambi-Basin” for it's prevalence of soft-core skiers and neatly manicured trails. But, if you know where to look, you’ll find some steep, challenging terrain at the resort best known for its corduroy. We're here to help.
Resorts | Utah | Deer Valley
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