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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.

Everything at Deer Valley is luxury, from the ski valet to the limited number of lift tickets sold. So of course the food is going to be top-notch. At the Snow Park Restaurant, located in the Snow Park Lodge at Deer Valley's base, for breakfast you can get made-to-order homemade cinnamon challah French toast drizzled with banana butter and Vermont maple syrup or a house-smoked salmon omelet. For lunch, try the house special enchiladas, made with roasted butternut squash, shiitake mushroom, anasazi beans and corn or chicken, cheese and cilantro. On a budget? Get a bowl of their signature turkey chili, which comes with all-you-can-eat bread.

10 Best Ski-Resort Cafeterias

Of course, you go to a ski resort for the good snow and terrain. But you've got to eat while you're there, right? We've done our research—eating at ski areas all over the country—and have selected the 10 best on-mountain restaurants in ski country. To call these places cafeterias simply doesn't do them justice.

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Best Spring Skiing Photo

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner. Here's the reader-picked best spring skiing photo along with the rest that were up for voting.

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Best Spring Skiing Photos

You've rated the best bikinis and big airs, and these are your ten favorite spring skiing photos. Vote again for number one. Winner gets a Drift HD170 Stealth POV camera.