LAUREL HIGHLANDS (KDKA) — There is good news for skiers and snowboarders, or those who just love a wintry white getaway.

Snow is now blanketing the ground in white in the Laurel Highlands, and that means it’s time for Seven Springs and Hidden Valley to open.

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The ski resorts will open this weekend, starting Saturday, Nov. 23.

The resorts’ snowmaking teams have been working since Nov. 8 to cover the grassy slopes in piles of snow. And, now, they are ready for winter sports.

Opening weekend ticket information:

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Seven Springs – $52 per adult and $42 per child ages 6-11
Hidden Valley – $34 per adult and $27 per child ages 6-11