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USA - Georgia-USA: latest snow conditions round-up

USA The US is really the country to be to ski at the moment with more than 20 areas now open in 10 states after more resorts opened at the weekend, particularly in the Midwest, but also on the East and West Coasts. The majority are, as yet, however, only open at weekends. Among the big names starting their seasons were Mammoth Mountain, the first in California; Sunday River, the first in Maine and Copper Mountain Resort and Breckenridge Ski Area in Colorado, where the lifts started spinning at 9 am last Friday, November 8th.

They take the number of areas open in Colorado to seven, with Copper (46/46cm) opening three lifts, accessing 90 acres of terrain across five trails, whilst Breckenridge (46/46cmm) opened the BreckConnect Gondola to access 200 acres of terrain. There's not been much fresh snow in the past week in the US, just an inch or so in Colorado after a warm weekend. Mammoth opened with a purely machine-made base on one run. It's actually newly opened ski areas in the Midwest like Brule (91/91cm) in Michigan and Wild Mountain (15/91cm) that are posting the deepest snow numbers in the country. Big-name resorts due to open for the season this weekend include Squaw Valley and Vail. Steamboat will also be opening in Colorado on what will be the earliest date in 50 years after receiving record October snowfall.

Summary of forecast snowfall and ski conditions for resorts in USA - Georgia-USA. Fresh snow is forecast at 0 resorts. Powder is reported at 0 resorts and 0 are reporting good piste conditions.


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Ski resorts of USA - Georgia-USA, alphabetically

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