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Nagano City served as the central hub for the 1998 Winter Olympics, but the majority of the alpine events were held in the small towns scattered in the surrounding, snow-choked mountains of the Japanese Alps. And of those many enclaves, Hakuba is one of the best.

Less a town and more a ...

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Japan 

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When extreme skiers go south for the summer, you'll likely find them catching the waves in Baja or honing their devil-may-care skills on the slopes in South America or New Zealand. For South American action, the degree junkies congregate in Las Leñas. There, they congregate in the Marte ...

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Mount Hutt distinguishes itself from other South Island ski resorts by its sheer beauty alone; it sits an hour west of Christchurch and tops out at 6,808 feet, affording spectacular views of the sandy beaches and azure waters of the Pacific beyond the patchwork Canterbury plains. Most of the ...

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Niseko resides about two hours outside of the 1972 Winter Olympic host city of Sapporo, on Hokkaido, a northern island that sits on the confluence of two volcanic belts. With an average of 500 inches of snow annually, it’s one of the snowiest places on the globe, with light, fluffy powder ...

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Japan 

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Seasonal favoritism usually falls into two camps: those who cower under their down comforters ticking off the days until summer, and those who spend every day from June to August in front of the open freezer, cursing the heat and waiting for the first snowfall. For sun and surf advocates, ...

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Chile 

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Snow is always an iffy proposition in Australia, but 80 inches a year is nothing to sneeze at. On a typical day at Thredbo, in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales in southeastern Australia, rain at the bottom of the mountain is not uncommon (which can mean snow up high), and by early ...

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As spring skiing winds down in Chile, Valle Nevado offers the best chance in South America to find decent late-season snow. The reason? Twenty-two thousand acres of terrain. Add to that the neighboring resorts of La Parva and El Colorado, for a grand total of 42 lifts, and it's time to call your ...

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Chile 

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