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After being battered by Hurricane Irene, the beast of the East came back strong. “It’s incredible to see how quickly Killington and our surrounding communities have been restored after the damage” stated Chris Nyberg, president and general manager for Killington Resort. “All roads leading in and out of Killington have all been repaired and we are proud to provide our guests with early season skiing and riding,” added Nyberg.
Keystone had one of the best looking opening day parks we’ve seen. They’ve got 25 features for your jibbing pleasure.
Sunday River is open and ticket are cheap. Pricing for Thursday-Sunday is early-season based and $29 or $4 Thursday and Friday with a Frequent Skier Card and $14 Saturday and Sunday with a Frequent Skier Card.
Copper opened on November 4th with a jump line in the terrain park and top-to-bottom skiing.
The first resort to be open continuously for the season, A-Basin now has top-to-bottom skiing and a terrain park.
Mt. Norquay opened Saturday November 5th. The resort will run the Cascade Quad lift on weekends until December 2nd where they look to push into full operation.
Early season snowfall generally batters southwestern Colorado, and this season has been no exception. The dark horse of the race to open (Loveland and A-Basin are generally the only contenders), Wolf Creek announced their surprise opening on October 8th.
Loveland is already a few powder days deep on the system.
Lake Louise Ski Area kicked off the season running the Glacier Express Quad and the Sunny T-Bar
November 18th: Vail,
November 19th: Okemo, Mount Snow, Stowe, Sugarbush
November 23rd: Beaver Creek, Steamboat, Stratton
November 24th: Aspen/Snowmass