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  • Upgrades perk up California's popular ski resorts

    Blue skies don't depress Rick Metcalf, although they probably should. The meager snowfall last year at Mt. Waterman in the San Gabriel Mountains -- about 8 inches, Metcalf, the owner, said -- meant the resort, which has been shuttered since 2004,...
  • From airboards to scoots, these snow toys fly

    From airboards to scoots, these snow toys fly
    Snowboarders, take note: Your days in the limelight are over. Just as you once shoved two-plankers off the slopes with your insane rail spins and half-pipe jumps, a new generation of downhill rebels is ready to return the favor. You are yesterday's news....
  • Beyond the slopes at Midwest resorts

    A handful of Midwest venues are wooing non-skiers with diversions such as ice skating, sleigh rides, dog sledding, snowshoeing -- even full-service spa treatments. And all offer a variety of lift/hotel packages to make a winter getaway easier on the...
  • U.S. ski resorts warming up to snowboarders

    Beginning in March, the number of U.S. ski resorts that still ban snowboarding will drop to three. New Mexico's Taos Ski Valley (left), a family-run resort that opened in 1955, announced plans to open the ski area to snowboarders beginning March 19. The...
  • Hitting the slopes in the Czech Republic

    Harrachov, Czech Republic The Alps, with their dizzying heights, high fashion and higher prices, were a day's drive away for my American family living in Berlin. Getting there would have eaten up gas and time, not to mention added significantly to the...
  • It's full speed ahead for the Wild Man, 76

    It's full speed ahead for the Wild Man, 76
    We're 45 minutes up a forbidding Malibu dirt road that climbs 2,200 feet in four miles, and the Wild Man is ahead. Way ahead. Out-of-sight ahead. And my excuses begin: "I'm a mountain biker, but I've never ridden right after a grueling, two-hour, all-...
  • Deaths of 5 Skiers Stun Mammoth

    MAMMOTH LAKES — The deaths of five skiers over a recent seven-day period on or near Mammoth Mountain appear to have been tragic accidents but have shaken this hamlet of outdoor enthusiasts. One victim was a Los Angeles dentist and avid outdoorsman,...
  • This boy's life is a little gory

    This boy's life is a little gory
    This latest edition in the adventures of Brian is an exhilarating story about a boy in the backcountry. If you like partly gory wilderness books, you'll love this one. If you don't already know from Paulsen's other books, such as "Hatchet" and "Brian's...