Colorado and Utah aren’t the only areas enjoying early season snow blasts. Staffers at Revelstoke Mountain Resort in British Columbia waded through up to 51 cm (yeah, that’s 20 inches!) of snow yesterday, with more predicted throughout the week. Revelstoke is set to open on December 5, 2009, with season pass sales already up 20 percent over last season. With all that snow, we’re sure there will be enough to go around.
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