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Thanks to real and man-made snow, Keystone Resort, CO, is the second resort to open for the ski season this year.
This Friday, Breckenridge joins Copper, Loveland, and Arapahoe Basin in opening for the 2004/05 season.
Nov. 7: Seven to 12 inches of snow fell overnight for Thursday opener.
An October blizzard hit the Northeast, dropping a foot of snow and making for the best opening day conditions for Killington in a decade.
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.
First Major Snowstorm of the Season Blankets Killington with a Foot of New Snow
Killington Resort, VT reopened its slopes Saturday after a brief shutdown, while other New England ski areas start up their snowguns.
Round Two Underway for Killington Snowmakers
Enjoy it while it lasts--the National Weather Service predicts that colder temperatures will move south by the middle of next week.
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