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Aspen now did it - but Alta, Deer Valley, Taos, and Mad River Glen still don't. Which ski resort will be the next to allow snowboarding?
A mixture of heavy snowfalls, temperature changes, strong winds, and other variable winter weather conditions make skiing and riding in the backcountry a deadly affair.
The best few weeks of the ski season may arguably be just around the corner. To make the most of it, Aspen, CO has a slew of events and discounts planned that are sure to heat up the slope-side action.
January has brourght a record snowfall of 78 inches and counting to Aspen, breaking a twenty-year record for the ski area.
Aspen Mountain opened up the slopes to snowboarding on April Fools' Day, no joke, putting 54 years of being a skiers-only mountain into the history book.
Another Powder Day in Aspen/Snowmass...
Three feet of snow has already fallen in 2006.
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