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In this Winter Olympic season, skiers' thoughts turn to previous venues. Lake Placid, N.Y. is the only North American two-time site, as well as the last real mountain village to host the entire Games.
With only 5% of it above water, Biscayne National Park is one of the country's more unusual parks. That watery realm holds some incredible vistas, vistas such as reefs teeming with rainbow-hued fish, corals, and sponges.
Discover how to stay and ski out of an igloo in Europe, travel faster between France's Three Valleys slopes, and more ways to head downhill around the world.
Despite issues involving wildlife, employee morale, competing user demands, and insufficient funds, Jon Jarvis thinks the timing of his arrival in Washington, D.C. as director of the National Park Service couldn't be much better.
Get a free day of skiing and staying in Salt Lake, treat the family to bargains in Waterville Valley, get to Mont Tremblant faster, and more news and deals that'll make the powder even softer.
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