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Early this morning A-Basin started to make snow. Six guns blew snow from midnight until 7:30 a.m. from mid-mountain to the bottom of High Noon.
Cuchara Mountain Resort in Colorado may not open for the 2000-2001 ski season due to the resort's pending sale.
Colorado's Water Quality Control Commission voted against an environmentalist appeal to stop a snowmaking plan at Arapahoe Basin, But the road to early season snow is not clear just yet.
The first tracks of the season followed shortly after Vermont's inaugural snowfall last night, sparking a local rivalry.
The US Forest Service decision to allow snowmaking at Arapahoe Basin has received an appeal from the Boulder-based environmental group Colorado Wild.
New lifts, new runs, and expanded snowmaking scheduled for Tamarack's second season.
Overnight lows in the 20's and cold dry air provide Loveland with the conditions needed to fire up its fleet of snow guns.
The newly formed North Peak, Inc. purchased Mad River Mountain, OH in what is believed to be the first of several North Peak acquisitions.
Although a recent warm front has stalled snowmaking in the Northeast, Killington hopes to crank up the guns again and open early next week.
After intermittant attempts to sell the area, last week owner Don Begraft put Hidden Valley Ski and Tennis Resort up for sale on eBay.
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