Skiing has a long tradition in the state. Visits to three resorts make the case for an extended winter vacation.
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In the United States and Canada, ski destinations have added acres, restaurants, bars — and golf.
More resorts are allowing skinning, the practice of climbing up slopes on skis, an activity that makes the glide back down all the more rewarding.
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