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Park City

Go Now: Canyons Resort, Utah

Shred and snack your way across 4,000 acres at this tasty Wasatch Behemoth.

My delicately paper-wrapped muffin and vanilla latte look so good I’m tempted to snap a photo and post it to Bragbook. Instead I train my phone’s camera on the stuff that will really make my friends back home drool: the seven inches of new snow piling up outside the funky oval windows at Cloud Dine. Then I not-so-delicately unwrap my cinnamon swirl muffin and snarf it. Attempting to ski 4,000 acres in a single day causes one to lose her manners.

[ Wed, 2010-04-07 14:42 ]
Snowmass Ski Patrol testing out 9 inches in spring storm
How does six feet in two days sound? Many resorts extend their spring skiing season as snow blankets much of the West.

Resorts in Nevada, Colorado, Utah and California, amoung other places, have extended their seasons after a rash of spring storms blanketed their slopes in more snow than some have seen all season. Aspen Mountain, which was slated to close this Sunday, will open its lifts for the weekends of April 17–18 and April 24–25 after getting 16 inches of snow in the past 72 hours.

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