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December 2, 2007 — A significant winter storm left powder hounds giggling this morning with deep snow levels reported in the Colorado Rockies. This morning’s mid-mountain measurements showed 15 inches of new snow at Beaver Creek, with 11 inches falling at Vail and Breckenridge and 7 inches at Keystone.
Each of the resorts plans to open additional terrain by next weekend Dec. 8-9, 2007.
Beaver Creek’s Rose Bowl opens on Monday, Dec. 3 and Breckenridge will open Peak 8 on Dec. 8. North Peak, Keystone's second mountain, will be ready for skiers and snowboarders by next weekend.
Keystone also opened a second terrain park rail yard this weekend and is now offering more than 30 boxes, rails, wall rides and other jib features.
Vail is currently offering more than 1,000 acres of terrain, 67 trails and 15 lifts. A mid-week storm is forecasted with more snowfall possible Wednesday through Friday.
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