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Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, QU

Consider the romantic 45-minute drive from Quebec City to the 350-year-old fishing village of Baie-Saint-Paul, where the twisted architecture looks lifted right off a Normandy postcard, as the ideal entrée into the world of rural French-Canadian skiing. On the edge of this ski town, the ...

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Groomers  Quebec 

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The key feature to Les Trois Vallées, the largest ski area in the world, is diversity. Composed of eight distinct deluxe resorts—Courchevel, la Tania, Meribel, Bridge-les-Bains, Les Menuires, St.-Martin-de-Belleveille, Orelle, and Val Thorens—with 180 interconnected lifts and ...

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France 

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Lincoln, NH

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: ...

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Budget  New Hampshire 

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Georgetown, CO

Loveland, the ski area that arcs across the east side of the Eisenhower Tunnel along Interstate 70, is one of Colorado's highest areas in terms of both altitude and annual snowfall. Chair 9 takes skiers and riders higher than any other four-passenger chairlift in the world. Loveland's terrain ...

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Mom 'n' Pop Resorts  Budget  Colorado 

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Fayston, VT

Mad River Glen: Ski it if you can. While most ski resorts would view this intimidating tagline as a marketing disaster, the owners of Mad River Glen wear it like a badge of honor. That’s because Mad River Glen isn’t like most Vermont ski resorts. For starters, it’s owned ...

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Mom 'n' Pop Resorts  Vermont  Bumps 

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While Cervinia and Courmayeur are big, and getting bigger every season, Madonna Di Campiglio, situated on the shores of a scenic lake, has managed to retain the charm of a small alpine ski village. Four local ski resorts encircle the town, and it's quite possible to circumnavigate the entire area ...
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Mammoth Lakes, CA

For once, the hyperbole actually applies. A summit elevation of 11,053 feet and a hefty 3,100-foot vertical drop are just some Mammoth stats that don't need any embroidering by Bay Area marketing whiz kids. The mountain is served by 28 lifts numbered in the order they were built, giving a nod to ...

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Jasper, AB

Marmot Basin is a gem of a resort tucked away in the relatively remote reaches of Jasper National Park in Alberta's Canadian Rockies. By the sheer quirk of geographic happenstance, it's a place most skiers never reach. The bigger resorts at Banff and Lake Louise, some 150 miles south, swallow ...

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Alberta 

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Monarch, CO

This high, snow-blessed resort is a small and casual ski area whose vertical is modest and nearest lodging is three miles down the road, but it also carries a big reputation for excellent snow. In addition to lift-served skiing and snowboarding on a high bowl, Monarch operates snowcat tours for ...

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Colorado 

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Beaupre, QU

It's somewhere around the mid-run sugar shack stop for tire d'erable—a maple taffy made from hot, locally tapped syrup poured onto a trough of snow to cool and rolled, lollipop-style, onto a stick—that it dawns on you: Skiing in Quebec isn't just a colder, Frenchier version of ...

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