Timberline Lodge, Oregon

I ski mostly on the upper mountain where the runs present a bit more of a challenge. There aren't that many runs to choose from, but it's still good in spite of its size limitation....
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Edelweiss, Quebec

The ski resort in the Gatineau Region Edelweiss has undergone a complete transformation and offer a powerful snow making system - an investment of more than half a million dollars. It's g...

Homestead, Michigan

Opened for skiing in 1983, The Homestead offers skiers and snowboarders exceptional views of Lake Michigan, The Sleeping Bear Dunes and Manitou Islands. Varied terrain perfect for families and first t...

Timberline, West Virginia

Ski 1,000 feet vertical at ''Real Snow Country'' from December until April including the two mile Salamander Run. Timberline is known for its gladed trails and their double black diamond trails, Off ...
Gray Rocks, Quebec
I had exactly the same confusion about Gray Rocks around 1957. I planned just to ski Tremblant but first became confused between the ski area and the town (of the same name.) I stayed at an Auburg in ...

Abenaki, New Hampshire
Abenaki is a great ski tow in Southern New Hampshire. Unlike the description here it actually has 200 vertical feet instead of 100. It is the second largest ski tow in New England and the largest in N...

Sugar Mountain, North Carolina
Just went to Sugar yesterday. It's only November but the snow was pretty OK. Can't wait til they open the whole mountain....

Titus Mountain, New York
Titus Mountain is a really nice spread out ski resort. I like the whole thing with all the runs being separated by forest so well....

The Homestead, Virginia
I skied at The Homestead a lot when I was a kid. I learned to ski there, and I have many good memories of that place. I've been skiing much bigger mountains since then, but I still think The Homestead...

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