The 2019-2020 North American ski season is officially here!
First to open this season in Western US was Keystone, Colorado on Saturday October 12, Arapahoe on Saturday October 12 and Mt. Rose, Nevada on Friday October 25.
First to open this season in US Mid West was Wild Mtn, Minnesota on Tuesday October 29, Ski Brule, Michigan on Thursday November 7 and Trollhaugen, Wisconsin on Friday November 8.
First to open this season in Eastern US was Cataloochee, North Carolina on Sunday November 3, Killington, Vermont on Monday November 4 and Sunday River, Maine on Saturday November 9.
First to open this season in Western Canada was Nakiska, Alberta on Thursday October 17, Kicking Horse, British Columbia on Saturday October 19 and Lake Louise, Alberta on Friday November 1.
First to open this season in Eastern Canada was Mont Saint-Sauveur, Quebec on Monday November 11, Blue Mountain, Ontario on Friday November 15 and Camp Fortune, Quebec on Friday November 15.
Alberta has the largest percentage of open ski resorts open at 63%. North Carolina has 50% open, Indiana has 50% open, Colorado has 35% open, and Iowa has 33% open.
Currently Western US has 9% of ski areas open, US Mid West has 8% open, Eastern US has 11% open, Western Canada has 15% open and Eastern Canada has 2% open.
- Aspen, CO
- Big Sky Resort, MT
- Breckenridge, CO
- Heavenly, CA
- Jackson Hole, WY
- Keystone, CO
- Park City, UT
- Steamboat, CO
- Sun Valley, ID
- Vail, CO
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