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Ski areas are spending more time on the beginner experience by creating new rental centers, new terrain and more uphill transportation.

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  • Volume 44-4
  • Page 42
Published in July 2005
The third annual Cutters Camp offered up ideas in design and operations.

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  • Volume 44-4
  • Page 35
Published in July 2005
The second annual Cutters Camp covered the ins and outs of building and maintaining freestyle terrain that keeps guests coming back for more.

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  • Author John Stouffer
  • Volume 43-4
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Published in July 2004
The focus is on providing beginners better transportation and terrain, as well as making existing customers a little more comfortable.

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  • Author Rick Kahl
  • Volume 42-4
  • Page 40
Published in July 2003
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With radar, GPS and new software, ski areas can take the guesswork out of grooming and snowmaking.

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  • Author Peggy Shinn
  • Volume 42-2
Published in March 2003
In anticipation of a good year, ski resorts all over spent the summer adding and expanding to their terrain and other offerings.

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  • Author A Staff Report
  • Volume 41-6
  • Page 50
Published in November 2002
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Terrain park designers had their day in the sun when Snowboarder magazine invited the creme de la creme out to Colorado for a park-off.

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  • Author Rick Kahl
  • Volume 41-6
  • Page 44
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Published in November 2002
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Summer improvement projects at: Park City, Utah; Ski Cooper, Colo.; Camelback, Pa.; Loon Mountain, N.H.; and Lake Louise, Alb.

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  • Author Jonathan Gourlay
  • Volume 40-1
Published in January 2001
This is an article describing the symposium sponsored by Pisten Bully at Mammoth Mountain, Calif., in November of 2000. There was classroom training as well as on-hill workshops aimed at spreading the news about building safe and exciting terrain parks.

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  • Author John Glockhamer
  • Volume 40-1
  • Page 68
Published in January 2001
Freeriding, the newest evolution of 'extreme' for both skiing and snowboarding, is coming to the slopes. With certain accomodations for new events, terrain and equipment, willing ski area operators can take this new energy and exuberance to the bank. Sidebar on 'The Evolution of Extreme,' by Skip King.
Published in March 1998
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