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In the East, you'll never know unless you go.
Powder and packed powder headlined the snow reports from New Hampshire, where about half the ski areas are open.
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.
Beaver Creek has received nine inches of new snow over the past three nights. Strawberry Park and Bachelor Gulch lifts accessing much of Beaver Creek's western terrain will open for Thanksgiving
Snowbird, Alta, and Brighton got so much snow that all three areas closed down for part of Monday.
January has brourght a record snowfall of 78 inches and counting to Aspen, breaking a twenty-year record for the ski area.
Nine inches of snow has fallen at The Canyons Resort (Utah) in the past 24 hours and nearly 3 feet in the past four days, bringing the mid-mountain snow depth to over 100 inches.
Colorado skiers and riders celebrate with up to 28 inches of Champagne Powder to ring in the New Year.
With snow totals climbing, Utah resorts are preparing for a blockbuster spring ski season. Here's a rundown of packages available for the spring of 2004.
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