Vail and Beaver Creek both saw more than a foot of new snow from the latest storm — on top of nearly two feet the week before — so mountain officials are opening additional terrain Wednesday at both resorts.
And more snow is on the way both later this week and at the beginning of next week, according to Opensnow.com:
“Most of the snow has accumulated from this storm, though a few more flakes are possible on Tuesday through Wednesday. Another system will bring light snow on Thursday into Friday, then our next storm will likely bring additional snow between Monday Dec 5 and Wednesday Dec 7th.”
And here’s the full press release from Vail Resorts on terrain openings:
Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek Resort to Open Additional Terrain on Wednesday, Nov. 30
VAIL, Colo. – Nov. 29, 2016 – Recent snow storms and ideal snowmaking conditions are allowing Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek Resort to open additional terrain on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
Beginning at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Vail Mountain will open Gondola One for access out of Vail Village, as well as Lower Villages Catwalk for return access, and terrain accessible via the Avanti Express (#2). Vail will also begin offering dining options at Mid-Vail. Skiers and snowboarders will have access to the following lifts and 331 acres of skiable terrain in these areas on Vail Mountain:
At Beaver Creek, Cinch Express Lift (#8) will open during the day Wednesday with access to limited intermediate terrain. Beaver Creek will operate the following lifts with access to 88 acres of intermediate and beginner terrain:
With more snow in the forecast and cold temperatures allowing for productive snowmaking, additional terrain is expected to open during the course of the week at both Vail and Beaver Creek.
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