Local Ski Resorts To Open After Cold Weekend

Low Temperatures Provide Necessary Snow-Making Conditions

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Thanks to the more seasonable temperatures over the weekend, multiple ski resorts in the area have been able to make snow and plan to open their slopes soon.

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Snowshoe Mountain Resort in Snowshoe, W.Va., says they are making snow “around the clock” now that the temperatures are staying low. Ten trails are open at the mountain, and they plan to continue to open more trails.

Hidden Valley announced they will “continue to make as much snow as possible,” and they plan to reopen Thursday at 10 a.m.

Boyce Park, which has been closed since Christmas, also hoped to open this week after making snow over the weekend.

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Seven Springs has had only 4 of its 32 slopes and trails and one of its terrains open since Dec. 22. Skiers flocked to the resort Saturday to take advantage of the ideal conditions.

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