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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.

Killington opened for the season on November 2

Where to Ski This Weekend: November 6-7

Ski season is rolling into full swing: Killington and Trollhaugen will be turning chairs this weekend, so East Coast and Midwest skiers can get their fix, while more Colorado resorts will be open as well. And, West Coast skiers who are jonesing for turns can start dreaming about Whistler’s opening day.

Snowbird thumb

Where to Ski This Weekend: November 26-28

Snowbird got dumped on this past weekend, almost 3 feet since Saturday, and they are expecting another 1-2 tonight. Northstar-at-Tahoe got pounded too—over 5 feet since last Friday. And Kirkwood opens November 24th with plenty of snow on the ground. Do we even have to tell you where to ski this weekend?

Dan Abrams, Vail

Where to Ski This Weekend: April 4-5

Thanks to extended operating hours, fresh snow, spring parties, and end-of-the-season savings, now is the time to go skiing. We've got tips on where to head this weekend, including Durango, Colorado, Taos, New Mexico, Okemo, Vermont, and Alta, Utah.