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Ski areas around the country are setting snow guns and gearing up for the 2000-2001 season. Here's a roundup of tentative opening dates for western resorts.
Loveland Ski Area, in Colorado, will be the first ski area in the U.S. to open for the season, this Tuesday, Oct. 19.
$369 (adults), $279 (teens), $179 (kids), and $349 for the Buddy Pass.
Sustainable Slopes: Keystone Resort
Flurries filled the chilly air over Keystone Resort, CO, offering skiers both tricks and treats this Halloween.
Thanks to real and man-made snow, Keystone Resort, CO, is the second resort to open for the ski season this year.
The Colorado Pass and Buddy Pass will be on sale at last spring's prices over Labor Day weekend only; prices will increase on Sept. 6, 2005.
Celebrate Winterfall Festival - Lift tickets included with your lodging package!
Keystone Resort, CO started up the ski season Friday with blue above, white below, and a new message.
Skiers and snowboarders can purchase or renew passes through Sunday, May 15, 2005.
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