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Despite dry conditions, there's skiing this Thanksgiving
It's a testament to the snow-making prowess of Colorado ski areas.
Despite bone-dry conditions in the high country, many ski areas are open this holiday weekend for your skiing pleasure - that is, if you like the groomers.
With above-normal temperatures and sunny skies predicted for Thanksgiving through the weekend, it'll be more like spring skiing. But hey, what better way to get back in shape for skiing or snowboarding, or even learn the sport?
Here's what you'll find if you head up to ski country.
Breckenridge: Seven runs, 145 acres
Keystone: Nine runs, 170 acres
Winter Park: Five runs
Beaver Creek: Three runs, 150 acres
Copper Mountain: 12 runs, 128 acres
Loveland: Eight runs, 123 acres
Vail: Two runs
Crested Butte: 8 runs, 58 acres
Wolf Creek: 500 acres open