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If it snows ... they will come

Colorado ski areas hope for rebound from last winter
Skiers gather last January at the lodge at Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort, which has been making snow and is scheduled to open today. Colorado’s resorts and hotels are hoping more snow – and visitors – come this season after a dry season last year.
The sun is here, but skiers and snowboarders would like to see more snow to enjoy champagne powder like this in Aspen.
Counting on a more bountiful snow this year, new Coloradan Rich Maloy of Boulder bought a season pass from Vail. Maloy, who moved from New York last year, checks out skis at a shop in Boulder.
Winter Park added new snowmaking and snow-grooming equipment this year. Telluride, Arapahoe Basin and Steamboat also expanded snowmaking operations.
Arapahoe Basin this season is offering a pass good for two ski seasons.

If it snows ... they will come

Skiers gather last January at the lodge at Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort, which has been making snow and is scheduled to open today. Colorado’s resorts and hotels are hoping more snow – and visitors – come this season after a dry season last year.
The sun is here, but skiers and snowboarders would like to see more snow to enjoy champagne powder like this in Aspen.
Counting on a more bountiful snow this year, new Coloradan Rich Maloy of Boulder bought a season pass from Vail. Maloy, who moved from New York last year, checks out skis at a shop in Boulder.
Winter Park added new snowmaking and snow-grooming equipment this year. Telluride, Arapahoe Basin and Steamboat also expanded snowmaking operations.
Arapahoe Basin this season is offering a pass good for two ski seasons.
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