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Thursday, 27 March 2008




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Records have been matched or set in some areas of Canada and the United States this winter, which is the bane of the lives of many, but the boon for many others.

Mostly boon for those who love skiing and snowboarding. The prolonged winter season means that some resorts in the US and Canada will be staying open a bit longer this year, some until the end of April.

Aspen Highlands in Colorado will keep its lifts running until April 27th, reported the Aspen Skiing Co., as Durango Mountain has added another week onto its season, with its original closing date of March 30th being extended to April 6th.

Park City, Utah is offering a third night free for skiers and snowboarders that come and eek out that last ski holiday of the season with them, and in new Mexico, Taos Ski Valley is using the extension to offer snowboarding at the resort for the first time ever.

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