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The first winter storm of the season rolled across the west this past weekend, dumping snow on many resorts and transforming them into winter wonderlands. Here's the skinny on who got what.
Loveland Ski Area officially kicked off the nation's ski and snowboard season Thursday, October 17, 2002 at 9:00 a.m.
Keystone opened some of the Outback terrain, late last week, and the guns are going full-blast to augment the more than 300 acres that skiers can choose from.
As temperatures tumble, snow is starting to fly around North America from both Mother Nature and snowguns.
An early season snowstorm dumped over three feet of snow on Big Sky over the weekend, jumpstarting their ski season by six weeks and allowing the resort to open without firing up a snow gun.
Snowshoe Ski Resort in West Virginia entered the New Year by setting an all-time resort record for skier visits over the holiday season.
Early this morning A-Basin started to make snow. Six guns blew snow from midnight until 7:30 a.m. from mid-mountain to the bottom of High Noon.
Resorts from Maine to California are abuzz with stories of fantastic early season conditions and more skier visits than the last few years. Should the trend continue, who knows what's in store for the ski industry and its patrons.
Along with its' 25th Anniversary, Wintergreen Resort in Virginia is also celebrating a likely record season for both snowfall and skier visits.
March 11: Skiers and riders can celebrate the spring ski and snowboard season with $1 lift tickets this Friday, March 14 at Killington, Sunday River, Sugarloaf/USA, Mount Snow, and Attitash Bear Peak.
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