SKI Magazine: October 2008

Find everything from the October issue here: the Top 50 Resort Guide, Look-at-Me Luxury Gear, Revelstoke, and more.

Stuff We Like

(p. 40)

The newest and coolest gear for this season, picked out by our peeps at SKI Magazine.

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Mountains of Real Estate

(p. 42)

Is it time to buy that dream ski home? With the real estate market in the deep freeze, there are some deals, albeit few steals. And the Russians are coming.

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The Skier Within

(p. 54)

When ski instruction went from formal technique to pop psychology.

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Arapahoe Basin, Colorado

(p. 62)

Montezuma Bowl’s 400 acres paints a hardcore skier’s mountain a gentler shade of blue.

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Quebec City, Que.

(p. 67)

Spend a weekend skiing and dining in and around “le petit” Paris. No plane ticket required.

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Lost in Time

(p. 70)

On the road to Mammoth Mountain, Calif., an authentic ghost town beckons those hearty enough to endure the trek.

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(p. 77)

New green hotels roll out the red carpet.

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Lodging: Sun Valley, Idaho

(p. 82)

The lodging is as well-groomed as the slopes at this classic resort.

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Trying Times

(p. 84)

Sample the menu with tapas at these high-country hotspots.

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Reader Resort Survey

(p. 107)

Learn from the experts: the readers. Use SKI’s 21st annual survey as a guide to North America’s top resorts, then hit the snow and start your research. We’ll be waiting to hear from you.

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The Next Big Thing (Revelstoke, BC)

(p. 167)

Is bigger always better? Investors pouring a billion dollars into B.C.’s Revelstoke Mountain Resort think so. Writer Christopher Solomon explores what just might become the continent’s largest ski resort and answers the question on everyone’s mind: Go now or wait it out?

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High Fashion

(p. 178)

Even at altitude, style matters. Check out the latest trends in fancy alpine fashion this season, brought to you by SKI Magazine.

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Dress to Impress

(p. 216)

Even if your skiing doesn’t wow your friends, rolling up to the slopes with these items sure will.

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