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The winter storm predicted to hit the area moved in with a vengeance yesterday dumping 18 inches of new snow on Snowmass and Aspen Mountains.
Winter has come early to Aspen/Snowmass and skiers and riders will celebrate with the opening of Snowmass this weekend, Nov. 9-10, and the opening of Aspen Mountain on the following two weekends, Nov. 16-17 and 23-24.
Colorado's Chris Klug joins Moe, Gerety, and Fletcher to battle French, Swedes for World Professional Champion Title on February 21-22, 2003.
Snowmass and Aspen Mountains will open for the season on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 25 giving Aspen/Snowmass 257 acres of skiing/riding terrain.
Nov. 4: Keystone to open this Friday, Snowmass Saturday; Vail, Aspen move up opening day to Nov. 16.
The Colorado Swing heads into its final stage this week with six U.S. racers in World Cup slaloms Sunday and Monday at Aspen Mountain, C0.
SkierGuard Pass Insurance, previously only available online, can now be purchased directly from participating resorts.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Associationand the International Ski Federation will split the sites for nextweekend's scheduled FIS World Cup alpine ski races to help keep theraces in Colorado.
Ivica Kostelic, brother of Croatian skiing great Janica Kostelic, stunned the competition with his first World Cup triumph Sunday in the season-opening men's slalom.
The latest Halloween storm dropped 16 inches of new snow on Aspen/Snowmass.
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