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Vail Valley Receives 3 Feet of Snow

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Storm dumps up to thee-and-a-half feet of snow at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone.

Tamarack Puts Finishing Touches on Resort

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New lifts, new runs, and expanded snowmaking scheduled for Tamarack's second season.

Breckenridge Constructs Highest Chairlift

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Imperial Express will increase lift-serviced terrain by approximately 400 acres

Snowbird Extends Season Into June

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Resort hopes to remain open during the weekends, through July 4.

Worlds' Highest Chair Lift Opens at Loveland

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Chair #9 awards Loveland Ski Area bragging rights to the highest chair lift served terrain in the world.

Copper Mountain Opens For Season

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Copper Mountain will open to the public for the winter season Friday, Nov. 5 offering 2,300 vertical feet of top-to-bottom skiing and riding, nearly 60 acres of terrain and 20 inches of man-made and natural snow.

Vail's Blue Sky Basin Debut Short Lived

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An additional 125 acres of terrain opened up briefly at Vail on Friday morning giving skiers fresh tracks in deep powder and the most skiable terrain in North America to date this season. Take a look for yourself!

First Snowfall Hits West Virginia

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West Virginia's first snowfall of the season hit Monday, covering Snowshoe Mountain with up to two inches of snow and allowing a trial run for the snowmaking equipment.

Looking for Value: Killington Versus Mad River Glen

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In the value department , Killington ranked 66 and Mad River Glen ranked 2, in SKI Magazine's latest reader survey. These two resorts are radically different. Each offers a unique ski experience.

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