Aspen Square Daily News

The snow keeps on coming!

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The big storm that hit California is in our neighborhood now, and it is amazing! Up to 13 inches of new snow was recorded as of Tuesday morning, and more is falling. Temps in town are very mild. All mountains are in great shape, but Highlands seems to have been right in the bulls eye for this storm! The best conditions are up high on all four mountains, so we invite you to get out there and enjoy the powder. It's a "feel great" start to the 2010-2011 season and you don't want to miss a single day!

More snow, more fun

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This week brought another 7 inches of fresh snow to the mountains of Aspen, and skiing is just outstanding. As we approach the Christmas Holiday, our little town is all dressed up for the holidays and we are ready for our vacation visitors. We still have some limited Christmas availability, so come see us this month! More great skiing and snowboarding ahead.


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Last weekend brought another 10 inches of fresh snow to the top of Aspen and Snowmass, and conditions are just the best for fun skiing and snowboarding. Last weekend also, Highlands and Buttermilk opened for the season so now all the four mountains of Aspen are open, in great shape and providing fun times for visitors and locals alike! Aspen is getting all dressed up for the holidays and Christmas, and it is a magical time to be here. Remember we still have special rates until just before Christmas. We still have a few availabilities for the week between Christmas and New Years.

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