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"Above all, do not fall. If you fall, you will die." With that bit of confidence-building advice, Jean-Marc Crampe, a ponytailed ski guide, leaped off a cornice and into a 60-degree couloir. The night before, in the hotel bar, after one too many rounds of grappa, I had persuaded him that I was ...

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Italy 

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Big Sky, MT

Every good ski area has a split personality—part nurturer, part dominatrix. But no resort behaves more like Jekyll and Hyde than Moonlight Basin, the resort 45 miles south of Bozeman that shares a boundary with Big Sky. First it lulls you, then it tries to kill you.

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Montana 

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Ashland, OR

A money-back guarantee on skiing or boarding? That's the deal at Mount Ashland Ski Area. If after 45 minutes you're not completely satisfied, you get a full-refund voucher to use another day. Not that there are many days that aren't worth the price of a lift ticket. Mount Ashland proves that ...

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Oregon 

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Bend, OR

There are few places in the world that offer 360-degree skiing around a steep volcanic peak—Mount Bachelor is one of them. Down the front of the mountain are wide bowls and tree-bordered trails, around the back are vast open snowfields. Above the tree line (up to 9,000 feet), are chutes, ...

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Oregon 

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Bellingham, WA

Mt. Baker is one ski hill whose boundary signs command respect. It's set in steeply rugged wilderness country blanketed by a few hundred inches of snow on the shoulders of Mount Shuksan. The actual Mount Baker, a 10,778-foot volcano, is a few miles to the west.

The 1,000-acre resort ...

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Budget  Mom 'n' Pop Resorts  Washington 

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Government Camp, OR

When it comes to powder and steeps, Skibowl courts the connoisseur on both counts. During the day, Skibowl, the closest resort to Portland, offers the most challenging lift-accessed terrain on Mount Hood. While the wide-open slopes and narrow chutes of the Upper Bowl are winch-cat groomed, the ...

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Oregon 

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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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Reno, NV

The drive to Mount Rose from Lake Tahoe can be hellacious in bad weather, traversing the highest pass (at 8,900 feet) in the area. And when you get there, the base facilities form an outpost only slightly more impressive than Ice Station Zebra. But what Rose does deliver is a pretty neat ...

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Nevada 

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West Dover, VT

Mount Snow was once the province of bizarre innovation and the nonstop partying weekend. Today, it sprawls over more than 630 acres and 135 trails, and remains one of the "happening" eastern resorts on weekends. These days the "with it" clientele is snowboarding teens and mogul mashing Gen-Xers. ...

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Beginner Skiing  Vermont 

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Newbury, NH

Sunapee is the state's largest mountain, and the skiing can be moderately challenging. A $475,000 capital program brought changes in the 2011-12 season such as a new glade trail, expanded snowmaking coverage, and the addition of a Burton Learn to Ride Center.

The resort boasts 66 trails, 11 lifts, and 230 acres of terrain.

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New Hampshire 
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