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Almost in the exact center of the state, Hogadon Ski Area is only 15 minutes from downtown Casper. Open Wednesday through Sunday, Hogadon has a 600-foot vertical drop from its 8,000-foot summit, a terrain park, 18 different runs, and 60 groomed acres.

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Wyoming 

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Ellicotville, NY

Fifty miles south of Buffalo in western New York, Holiday Valley is as well known for its location in the quaint town of Ellicottville as for its ski mountain. But this mountain delivers: Readers of SKI Magazine rated Holiday Valley Resort as the sixth best winter resort in eastern North ...

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New York 

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Homewood, CA

Homewood is something of a surprise. Roughly halfway between the communities on the north shore and the congestion of the south shore, it is in something of a no-man's-land and is often overlooked. Yet it's a pretty substantial ski area that packs a pretty substantial wallop. There are lines on ...

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California 

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Sisters, OR

The small mountain in the heart of the Cascade Range might not look very intimidating in the summer months, but it offers surprisingly good skiing and boarding when blanketed with snow. Situated near the top of Santiam Pass, with spectacular views of the Three Sisters, Mount Jefferson, and Three ...

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Oregon 

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Hunter, NY

Hidden beneath the tumult, the crowds, the singles scene, and the beehive atmosphere lies one fine ski hill. Intermediate trails are plentiful and alluring, and there's enough challenging terrain to keep advanced skiers very happy. High-speed chairlifts have eased the lift-line backups, but ...

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New York  Nightlife 

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Ischgl, renowned for its consistently high-quality snow conditions, offers all the ski opportunities of a larger resort with all the rustic charm of a Tirolean village. With nearly all the runs above 6,000 feet, the nearby ski area of Silvretta offers the most reliable snow in the Tirol. ...

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Austria 

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Blakeslee, PA

Although they consist of separate resorts, Jack Frost/Big Boulder offers an interchangeable lift ticket and, together, call themselves "The Big Two." Between them, The Big Two offers a full range of skiing, and a pair of snowtubing parks that will entertain all ages. Jack Frost's base lodge is ...

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Pennsylvania 

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Teton Village, WY

The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is, in its own words, "Like nothing you have skied before." This sign, on a T-shirt in nearly every shop in town, hangs above the entrance to the resort's tram dock and goes on to say, "It is huge. With variable terrain from groomed slopes to dangerous cliff ...

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Jay, VT

This mountain is for skiers and riders who believe there isn't any good skiing east of the Continental Divide. There is, and it's at Jay Peak. Jay receives an average annual snowfall of 376 inches, rivaling many Western ski resorts, and the reason for this is a phenomenon known as "orographic ...

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Vermont 

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Calgary, AB

Those who hanker to explore little-known resorts need to try the Kananaskis Valley, site of Nakiska ski area. It was built for the Alpine events of the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympic Games and provides miles of tree-lined trails on a 2,412-foot vertical mountain. Its three high-speed quads, one double chair, and two magic carpets transport skiers to 71 marked trails on 1,021 acres. ...

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Alberta 
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