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    "Don’t stop for hot cider doughnuts at the Cold Hollow cider mill in Waterbury Center, whatever you do, because they are crispy, sugarcoated and addictive. While you’re not there, get some cider too."
    Skiing MagazineSkiing Magazine · October 20, 2011
    Gourmet
    · Waterbury Center, United States
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    "There may be fancier places to eat breakfast in Stowe, but none more relaxed and satisfying than McCarthy’s. It’s a laid-back kind of place where you don’t have to ask if the maple syrup is real."
    Skiing MagazineSkiing Magazine · October 20, 2011
    Breakfast
    · Stowe, United States
    7.6
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    "Don’t overlook the Lookout liftline if you like rowdy, double fall line terrain. It’s a classic that doesn’t get the traffic of its famous Front Four neighbors. Well worth the traverse from National."
    Skiing MagazineSkiing Magazine · October 20, 2011
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    · Stowe, United States
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    "Take the Tram for views from the top, super-expert terrain off the summit, to stay warm and just because it’s cool; but the Green Mountain Flier usually offers quicker access to all but the summit."
    Skiing MagazineSkiing Magazine · October 20, 2011
    Ski Area
    · Jay, United States
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    "For a big backcountry mission, hike and ski the Silver Couloir on Buffalo Peak in Silverthorne, just down the road from Keystone. Bring your avy gear and the savvy to use it."
    Skiing MagazineSkiing Magazine · October 5, 2011
    Ski Area
    · Keystone, United States
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    "Hike to the Billboards—it's a long hike, so do it first. And hire a guide—the intricate, steep terrain is better navigated with someone with local knowledge."
    Skiing MagazineSkiing Magazine · October 5, 2011
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    · Silverton, United States