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Infographic: Who's Got Snow for Thanksgiving Skiing in the West?

23rd November 2015 | Becky Lomax

News Regions: Utah, Wyoming, Montana, New Mexico, Washington, Nevada, Idaho, Alberta, Oregon, British Columbia, Colorado, Arizona, California

Resorts in this article: Alta Ski Area, Alyeska Resort, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Arizona Snowbowl, Aspen / Snowmass, Bear Valley, Beaver Creek, Bear Mountain, Big Sky Resort, Big White, Boreal Mountain Resort, Breckenridge, Brian Head Resort, Brighton Resort, Copper Mountain Resort, Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Crystal Mountain, Discovery Ski Area, Dodge Ridge, Eaglecrest Ski Area, Eldora Mountain Resort, Grand Targhee Resort, Great Divide, Heavenly Mountain Resort, Jackson Hole, Keystone, Kirkwood, Lookout Pass Ski Area, Loveland, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, Marmot Basin, Mission Ridge, Monarch Mountain, Mountain High, Mt. Bachelor, Mt. Baker, Mt. Hood Meadows, Mt. Rose - Ski Tahoe, Nakiska Ski Area, Northstar California, Pajarito Mountain Ski Area, Park City, Pomerelle Mountain Resort, Purgatory, Red Lodge Mountain, Red River, Ski Santa Fe, Sierra-at-Tahoe, SilverStar, Sipapu Ski Resort, Ski Apache, Lake Louise, Cooper, Snow Summit, Snowbasin, Snowbird, Snowy Range Ski & Recreation Area, Solitude Mountain Resort, Squaw Valley - Alpine Meadows, Steamboat, Stevens Pass Resort, Sugar Bowl Resort, Sun Peaks, Sun Valley, Sunshine Village, Taos Ski Valley, Telluride, Timberline Lodge, Vail, Whistler Blackcomb, Winter Park Resort, Wolf Creek Ski Area, Mt. Norquay, Kicking Horse, Hudson Bay Mountain, Canada Olympic Park, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Manning Park Resort

Infographic: Who's Got Snow for Thanksgiving Skiing in the West?- ©Chris McLennan

Powdery corduroy on Queens Run at Crystal Mountain Resort on Dec. 26, 2014.

Copyright: Chris McLennan

Ski resorts in the West are busting open for Thanksgiving. No need to dream about skiing this year; pack your gear and head to the slopes. 

Check out who's already open, who's starting up lifts and who's got the deepest snow. Over Thanksgiving weekend, 78 ski resorts will be open in the West. See our rundown in the infographic below.


Crystal Mountain - © Chris McLennan
A skier rips through Sun Valley powder..  Photo courtesy of Visit Sun Valley. - © Chris McLennan
Horseshoe, Big Sky - © Chris McLennan
Beaver Creek Fresh Tracks - © Chris McLennan

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