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Killington Resort will open for top-to-bottom skiing and snowboarding Saturday at 8 a.m.
Signaling the start of the eastern skiing and riding season, Killington Resort in central Vermont has commenced snowmaking operations ahead of an anticipated opening on Monday, Nov. 8, 2004 at 9 a.m.
Following in the footsteps of its history-making opening day last season, Killington opens Nov. 10, at noon for skiing and riding with top to bottom terrain from Killington Peak to the base of the K1 Express Gondola.
Killington's October snow continues to signal to eastern skiers that the winter season is fast approaching.
The Value Pass once again includes unlimited skiing and boarding at both June and Mammoth Mountains during the 2003-2004 season and spring riding beginning May 1.
Fog and heavy snow forced cancellation of Sunday's scheduled women's Olympic super G in San Sicario.
Early season snowfall allows resort to open terrain that wasn't open until mid-December last season
The Audi 24 Hours of Aspen is an endurance race like none other. Over the course of twenty-four hours, competitors will ski the equivalent of driving from Aspen to Denver at eighty miles per hour.
Nov. 4: Keystone to open this Friday, Snowmass Saturday; Vail, Aspen move up opening day to Nov. 16.
The sun has set and the lights have come out on the sun-glazed Audi 24 Hours of Aspen course. While the temperature drops, the action is heating up.
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