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Skiing Magazine wrote. You read. Now here are the responses the editors got on the article with reader's favorite bars.

Go-go dancers, killer DJs, and a hopping late night scene make Tommy’s the choice for libations after you’ve gone home and cleaned up. Guaranteed to rock.

The Seven Best Bars in Ski Country

Every local has their favorite watering hole and every ski town has some great ones. While we can’t guarantee that a visit to one of these bars will give you that warm fuzzy, “I’m home, mom” feeling, we can say that if you’re looking for a warm place with cold beer to end up when your day is finished, these fine establishments should be at the top of your list. And if your favorite isn’t here, don’t be shy, let us know by posting your recommendations in the “comments” section below. —Tom Winter

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10 Not-to-miss Ski Town Music Fests

While many ski towns and ski resorts are laying low, quietly waiting for another winter, plenty of others are turning the volume all the way up with all sorts of kickass music festivals this summer. These 10 are amongst the very best.

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How to Buy a Girl a Drink in a Ski Town

This icebreaker, executed properly, can lead to a season full of ski dates—or at least a reason to clean the hot tub.

Steve Romeo drops in.

Destination Antarctica: More Skiing

Skiing Magazine's Senior Editor Sam Bass is logging a lot of vertical this week. Check out his images to see what skiing in Antarctica is like.

No, that’s not a typo. The Games are notoriously poorly attended. For 2010’s events, just 12 of Whistler and Blackcomb’s 200-plus runs are closed. Better still, Whistler insiders told Skiing that January bookings are lagging, meaning for several weeks leading up to the Games you won’t be fighting for first tracks. Lucky you. Plus, Whistler won our Best Overall Resort in our 2010 Resort Awards.

7 Reasons to Ski Whistler During the Olympics

Unless you live in Whistler, you wouldn’t know that a certain segment of the community is opposed to hosting the 2010 Winter Olympics. Some locals have decided to leave town for two weeks, rent their houses to “some rich Americans,” and go surfing in Mexico. Let them. Here are seven reasons why the 2010 Winter Olympics are the perfect time to hit Whistler.

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Best Ski-Town Sushi

Despite the fact that most ski towns are land-locked, many of them have world-class sushi. And there's something about raw fish and powder skiing—they go together nicely. Here's a round up of the best sushi restaurants in ski towns across North America.