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Steeps might be Kirkwood's forté, but there is also a fair amount of beginner terrain from the Snowkirk and Bunny lifts. The Bunny Lift is a particularly good spot for first-timers; it's out of the main flow of skier traffic so you won't be intimidated by crowds of faster skiers whizzing ...
"Arapahoe Basin ... Where the spirit of freedom and big-mountain challenges create life-altering experiences."
Arapahoe Basins old-school motto may push the ski-bum mentality to near-religious extremes, but after you burn your quads in this epic, 900-acre resort you will likely ...
Fernie may be a bit off the beaten path, but the resort is well worth the time it takes to get there. A three-hour drive from Calgary International Airport, or 1.25-hour trip from the Cranbrook Airport, deposits you into an alpine realm of steep mountain slopes covered in spruce, fir, and larch ...
Loon's base facilities are its strength. Slopeside lodging is plentiful, and not only is lift capacity more than adequate, a limited ticket sales policy keeps lines short. Here, too, intermediate cruising is the area's strength, but the North Peak keeps experts happy. Another Loon strength: ...
It wasn't long ago that Tremblant appeared destined for obscurity; then Intrawest, the company that turned Whistler Blackcomb into an elite resort, took over in the early 1990s. The new owners have poured roughly $500 million into Tremblant, turning the base village into a replica of a Paris ...