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Winter Park, Colorado, is extending its disabled program with a specialized summer facility built by Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC). Called the Outdoor Center, it was proposed by the National Sports Center for the Disabled. The project includes two boardwalk trails with campsites and other features.

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  • Author Carol Adams
  • Volume 32-3
Published in May 1993
At Grand Targhee, Wyoming, crews are building neat rows of moguls that skiers find delightful. A tested and proven method of carving evenly-spaced, evenly-sized moguls on most trails. Process is explained in detail by the area's grooming shift leader.

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  • Author Michael Commins
  • Volume 32-1
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Published in January 1993
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Conflict between skiers and snowboarders was rising at Bear Mountain, California, until they created a solution that was pronounced "epic," creating a snowboard park that has set the standard. Feature includes photos and a map of the park with dimensions and specifications of the terrain features.

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  • Author John Rice
  • Volume 31-3
Published in May 1992
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This article is currently not available online. Please email donna@saminfo.com for a pdf copy of the article

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  • Author Tanler,Bill
  • Volume 6-2
Published in Spring 1967
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This article is currently not available online. Please email donna@saminfo.com for a pdf copy of the article

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  • Volume 2-2
Published in Spring 1963
This article is currently not available online. Please email donna@saminfo.com for a pdf copy of the article

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  • Volume 1-1
Published in Fall 1962
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Improvements to gear are fueling continued interest in the backcountry. How resorts are responding depends on a number of local considerations.

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  • Author Tom Winter
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Published in November 2016

How resorts measure and report their acreage/miles of terrain has wide-ranging consequences, locally and internationally.

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  • Author Christoph Schrahe
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Published in September 2016
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A quality multi-use path and trail network could be the most undervalued amenity at your resort.

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  • Author Drew Pollak-Bruce
  • Volume 55-4
  • Page 24
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Published in July 2016
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Trail map painter for resorts across North America.

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  • Author Staff Report
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Published in July 2016
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