Where to Ski This Weekend: November 18-20

In addition to the resorts that are already open in Colorado, Canada, California and more, these resorts open for business this weekend.
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Where to Ski This Weekend: November 19-21

Colorado is getting pounded. A rare November storm delivered 20 inches overnight at Breckenridge and eight inches at Keystone. Vail opens Friday, and solid snowfall all week is definitely helping the cause. Can’t get to Colorado? Squaw, Heavenly, Alta, and Whistler Blackcomb open for business too.

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Where to Ski This Weekend: November 26-28

Northstar-at-Tahoe got dumped on-- over 5 feet of new snow since this past weekend. It hasn't stopped snowing, and it's expected to last through Tuesday. Kirkwood opens November 24th with more than enough snow, and Snowbird is expecting to have almost 2 more feet the same day. If you haven't figured it out by now, these are the places to ski this weekend. -Mackenzie Carroll

This is what the "early season" snow looked like at Arapahoe Basin on Tuesday.

Where to Ski this Weekend: November 20-21

Colorado is where it’s at this weekend. An early season storm dumped 36 inches in 72 hours on Summit County, and Vail and Winter Park got their fair share as well. If you’re in California or Canada you’ve got options, too: Squaw, Heavenly and Whistler are all opening this weekend.

It's also the Spring Gruv festival at The Canyons

Where to Ski This Weekend

The NASTAR championships, Pain McShlonkey, and the Moonlight Basin stop of the Freeskiing World Tour are all the weekend, plus there is good skiing to be had in California(finally) and Orego