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Mountains Are Open Across North America This Weekend -- Where Are You Skiing/Riding?


The temperatures are dropping all over the United States and Canada. This has given mountains in both countries the opportunities to make as much snow as they can. On top of that, parts of these countries have seen natural snow, some more than others, but it's still falling all over the place. What does that mean? It means that any skier or snowboarder might have a local mountain or a mountain nearby that's easy to travel to that's open. Let's take a look and see where one could go.

In The East And New England

Killington Resort, Vermont
Sunday River, Maine
Cataloochee Ski Area, North Carolina

Mid-West

Wild Mountain, Minnesota
Buck Hill, Minnesota
Hyland Hills Ski Area, Minnesota
Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area, Wisconsin

Southwest

Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort, New Mexico

The Rockies And Surrounding Areas

Arapahoe Basin, Colorado
Keystone Resort, Colorado
Loveland, Colorado
Wolf Creek, Colorado
Eldora Mountain Resort, Colorado
Winter Park Resort, Colorado
Breckenridge, Colorado
Copper Mountain, Colorado
Monarch Mountain, Colorado
Bogus Basin, Idaho

Lake Tahoe Region

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe, Nevada

California

Mammoth Mountain, California

Alberta, Canada

Nakiska, Alberta
Banff Sunshine Village, Alberta
Lake Louise Ski Resort, Alberta
Mt. Norquay, Alberta
Marmot Basin, Alberta

There you have it, a list of all the places one could go to enjoy some early November skiing and snowboarding. If you're able, check out at least one of them. You never know what you might actually find for early season conditions. Even if they're a little rough, it's still a day out on the hill.

Photo Credit: Opening Day At Killington Resort, Vermont - Killington Resort/FB

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