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One year later, an expanded, improved Vail Resort readies for the ski season. Meanwhile, investigators still have made no arrests in the $12 million arson case.
Vail ushers in a new millennium of skiing today with the much-anticipated opening of Colorado's largest ski-area expansion, Blue Sky Basin.
Vail Resort has submitted a proposal to double its snowmaking to prevent a drop in skier numbers during times of below-average early season snowfall.
The only way to get the timber out of the newly carved-out Blue Sky Basin is to haul it right down the mountain and through downtown Vail.
Operating hours extended for skiers and riders to enjoy above-average snowfall at Vail Mountain.
With record snowfall, Vail plans to open Blue Sky Basin on Friday, December 9.
From Mammoth to Winter Park, the skies opened up and isn't stopping yet.
A federal agency has fined Vail Resorts $80,100 for violating the Clean Water Act during its development of new powder-skiing terrain.
An additional 125 acres of terrain opened up briefly at Vail on Friday morning giving skiers fresh tracks in deep powder and the most skiable terrain in North America to date this season. Take a look for yourself!
Vail Mountain is expanding the Blue Sky Basin area by installing a high-speed chair-lift in Pete's Bowl to access an additional 125 acres of intermediate terrain.
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