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    Cat skiing, with it easy access to untouched runs, is becoming the new heli skiing. Here are some of the best places to get your powder fix.
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    SkiMag.com
    Going out to eat every night of spring break can be exhausting and expensive. Here are some kid-friendly and easy to make dishes from our friends at Saveur Magazine.
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    A skier's guide to the ins and outs of Stratton Mountain, VT.
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    Re-Circ Page:  lodging/dining Lake Louise is one of the only ski areas located in a national park. That means it’s isolated, but it’s also jaw-droppingly gorgeous, and free from the kind of base area development that plagues many resorts. Here’s where to ski, stay, eat, and ice skate. Options are limited, but they’re good.
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    Welcome to Lake Tahoe’s quiet side, where family skiing meets life on the lake. By Paul Tolmé. “We have a saying,” says West Shore restaurateur Rick Brown: “The West Shore is the best shore.” It’s easy to see why residents of Tahoe’s quiet side feel that way. Homewood Mountain Resort is a one-of-a-kind gem, offering both great skiing and spectacular lake views. The neighborly hamlets of Tahoma, Homewood and Sunnyside harken to West Shore’s old-money beginnings, when Bay Area industry...
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    Bottomless. Breathless. Wild...Alta is a homewrecker, all right. Confessions of a Little Cottonwood groupie. Dearest Alta, Forgive me. You’ve probably heard this all before. I know I’m just one skier in your 75-year blur of one-day stands. I fly in for a long weekend, have a fling with the High Traverse, and then go back to Brooklyn. Brooklyn. What gives me the right, the honor, to think that you’re mine? I started skiing when I was 3, but I’ve never been a ski bum. I gave four years of...
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    SkiingMag.com
    Crested Butte is home to terrain that will make your knees weak and your palms sweaty. It’s also famous for delicious food and a friendly downtown. Here’s how to maximize two days in one our favorite spots to ski.
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    SkiingMag.com
    Ever think it only snows in cold places, like Alaska, Colorado, and Montana? Nope. It snows on tropical islands too. According to HawaiiNewsNow, Florida is now the only state without snow. The Big Island received a dusting of snow on Mauna Kea, a nearly 14,000 foot dormant volcano. If you measure from the mountain's oceanic base, it's taller than Everest. Makes sense it gets cold every now and then. This shot of the mountain was submitted to the news station by Adrel Vicente on Jan. 8. For the...
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    SkiMag.com
    Have Monday off? You’re in luck. There’s lots of snow all over the country, perfect for a long weekend in the mountains. Here’s where it’s snowing.
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    SkiMag.com
    These are the snowiest resorts in ski country. Top Ten Resorts for Après Top 10 Resorts: Terrain Variety
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