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    SNOW

    Today's Snow Report

    Last updated 11/22/2014 at 04:43 AM

    NEW SNOW

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    • 0" 48 HRS
    • 11" 7 Days
    • 0" Overnight

    SNOW DEPTH

    • 52 Total

    CURRENT CONDITIONS

    • Packed Powder

    TERRAIN REPORT

    • Beginner Terrain
      37%
    • Intermediate Terrain
      68%
    • Expert Terrain
      21%
    • Hiking Terrain
      16%
    • Lift-Access
      51%
  • 21°F
    HIGH
    13°F
    LOW
    WEATHER
    Snow

    Today's Weather Forecast

    Last updated 1 hours ago

    • TODAY'S WEATHER

      Snow
      21°F HIGH
      13°F LOW

      Snow

    • TOMORROW

      Snow Likely
      18°F HIGH
      4°F LOW

      Snow Likely

    • TUESDAY

      Blowing Snow
      26°F HIGH
      2°F LOW

      Blowing Snow

    • WEDNESDAY

      Chance Snow
      36°F HIGH
      15°F LOW

      Chance Snow

    • THURSDAY

      Slight Chc Snow
      38°F HIGH
      16°F LOW

      Slight Chc Snow

    • FRIDAY

      Partly Cloudy
      38°F HIGH
      13°F LOW

      Partly Cloudy

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  • WEB CAMS

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Snow Reports, Videos, Special Deals, Webcams

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds are a fast, free way to stay updated on your favorite information from all 5 of our resorts. Updated content comes directly to you, automatically, saving you the work and time of finding it yourself.

Subscribing to an RSS feed is simple. If you use a web-based new service, such as MyYahoo!, MyAOL, or iGoogle, click the button next to the feed title below to add that content to your page. If you use a feed reader program, or prefer to view the information directly in your web browser, use the feed webpage addresses listed below. New to RSS?

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New to RSS?

What is RSS?
RSS feeds are a popular way to gather content from across the web, without requiring you to search for updates yourself. Many news sources offer their frequently-updated content in this XML-based format, allowing you to subscribe to "feeds" of data that are automatically delivered to you. Using RSS feeds allows you to easily stay informed of updated content, and saves you the time of having to visit each site individually.

How can I view RSS feeds?
There are 3 popular ways to view RSS feeds: web-based news readers, your web-browser, or stand-alone feed reader software.

  • Web-based news reader - A web-based tool that allows you to gather content from across the web, and create your own personal new webpage. It's like designing your own newspaper, tailored just to the information you are interested in. Since it is web-based, you can access your content from any computer connected to the internet. Popular web-based news readers include MyYahoo!, MyAOL, and iGoogle.

  • Web browser - All new versions of popular web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari, have RSS reading capabilities built in. While you are browsing your favorite web pages, look for the orange RSS icon in the web browser address bar:

    Click on this icon, and the RSS-formatted version of the content will appear.
    Bookmark these RSS pages to create a library of your favorite news sources.

  • Feed reader software - A software program that downloads and organizes new RSS feed content. Because this program lives on your computer, and is not accessible via the internet, your feeds are only viewable from that computer. Popular feed reader software programs include FeedDemon and "Mozilla Sage".

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