United Air Lines Guide To Western Skiing Author:Curtis W. Casewit Here is the only complete and up-to-date guide focusing specifically on skiing in the Western United States and Canada. It is a detailed and colorful appraisal of the rapidly expanding world of Western winter sports written especially for the upwards of ten million Americans who now engage in skiing and its related activities annually. — The pre... more »sent guide covers no fewer than twenty-six major Western ski areas in detail. It provides all the information you need to know about such long-time favorites of Western skiers as Aspen and Sun Valley, and the newest of the new developments, such as those at Jackson Hole, Vail, Heavenly Valley, Crystal Mountain, or Whistler Mountain in British Columbia.
Writing in an agreeable and light style, the author has taken great care to provide both a factual rundown of all the skiing aspects of your vacation and a complete description of the apres-ski aspects of each area. A complete evaluation of the lodges, hotels, motels, restaurants, night life, and of that most important intangible, atmosphere, is made for each resort. Prices are included.
It has been reliably estimated that more than 25 percent of those who visit a ski resort don't ski. Special attention, therefore, has been given repeatedly in this guide to the activities provided at each resort for the non-skier--whether it be shopping, skating, sleighing in a horse-drawn sleigh, visiting a cafe in mid-afternoon, or simply sitting in the sun.
UNITED AIR LINES GUIDE TO WESTERN SKIING will aid you immeasurably in your efforts to spend your winter vacation doing what you would most like to do at the area or areas most suitable for you.« less