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June 30, 2011
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Squaw is revered for it’s steep terrain, local vibe, and quality skiers. But there are rules to follow if you want to fit in. Here’s our guide to skiing Squaw like you’re a local.
Resorts | Squaw Valley
June 30, 2011
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The best places to stay in South Lake, North Lake, and everywhere in between.
June 30, 2011
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Salute the Red, White, and Blue at altitude.
June 21, 2011
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Summer is officially here, but this year, the dog days feel more like snow days. Turn your farmer's tan into a goggle tan at these summer ski camps.
June 21, 2011
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The end of ski season doesn’t need to be the end of your adrenaline rush. We followed the melting snow downstream and uncovered the best spots for white water rafting in North America.
June 15, 2011
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At these resorts the lifts run through the summer to access some of the best high-altitude disc-golf courses in the country.
June 14, 2011
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Pass through the security gate to Beaver Creek and you’ll see a sign with the resort’s motto, “Not Exactly Roughing It.” But don’t be fooled by the ice rink, ski valet, and plates of chocolate-chip cookies. The Beav hides its rough side in its terrain. The recently expanded 180-acre Stone Creek Chutes offer steep, gladed skiing for quick shots of 600 vertical feet. Plus, two new eight-seater gondolas provide better access to the goods, with less of a wait.
June 14, 2011
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Some folks in southern Vermont have a “tragic” nickname for Magic Mountain because they think the 135-acre ski area—which has suffered closures and sketchy management in the past—deserves better. But last summer, loyalists came together to buy the mountain and run it as a cooperative, similar to Mad River Glen. Their intent: to keep the legitimate steeps and trees open and spruce up the ski area’s infrastructure and snowmaking. Now the only thing tragic about this mountain, located in Londonderry, would be passing by it on a powder day.
Resorts | Vermont | Magic Mountain
June 14, 2011
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Opened in 1939 with help from Walt Disney, Sugar Bowl retains its old-school charm with a 1950s-style gondola and a rustic base lodge. But it’s plenty modern too. It offsets 100 percent of its energy through wind credits and has a remodeled 35,700-square-foot lodge and a new skiercross course that’s home to Olympian Daron Rahlves. The best thing about Sugar Bowl, however, may simply be the snow. Each year, the resort gets around 500 inches of Californian fluff.
California | Resorts | Sugar Bowl
June 14, 2011
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Located on the western side of the Tetons, Grand Targhee seems sleepy compared with Jackson Hole, its over-the-mountains neighbor. But Targhee’s rowdy terrain has been made famous by Teton Gravity Research’s 1996 film, Continuum, Jamie Pierre’s death-defying 255-foot cliff jump, and the resort’s own prodigal son, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa. During the next few years it will expand, adding a new lift and 600 more acres of inbounds terrain.
Wyoming | Resorts | Grand Targhee
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