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Mammoth Mountain promises to stay open to skiers through Memorial Day.
Killington has received more than six feet of snow since February 1st.
The Berthoud Powder Guides' snowcat ski and ride service will begin their season on Nov. 30, due to early season snowfalls that have been above average for this time of year. The opening comes two weeks earlier than scheduled.
Treeless up top, with huge expanses of steep, ungroomed snow begging for high-speed turns, Mammoth is as close as you can get to European skiing in the U.S.
Last winter 634,000 Americans bought new ski poles, leaving at least as many of us to get along with battered and nicked shafts, missing or dull points, and frayed straps.
January has brourght a record snowfall of 78 inches and counting to Aspen, breaking a twenty-year record for the ski area.
With a six foot base of snow on the summit of the mountain, Sierra-at-Tahoe just announced the earliest opening day in its history.
Historically the snowiest month of the year, March is making up for lost time this week as 7-10" of snow greeted skiers and riders at Killington Resort on Wednesday morning.
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