Ski magazine's annual rankings of North America's best ski resorts are out, just in time to plan a weekend getaway this winter. Here are the top five in the East, followed by the West:
(East) 5. Holiday Valley (New York)
4. Killington (Vermont)
3. Stowe (Vermont)
2. Smuggler's Notch (Vermont)
1. Tremblant (Quebec)
(West) 5. Vail (Colorado)
4. Telluride (Colorado)
3. Sun Valley (Idaho)
2. Deer Valley (Utah)
1. Whistler Blackcomb (British Columbia)
Click here to view the full list of Ski magazine's best ski resorts in the East, and here to view the full West resort rankings.
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