Fresh Snow to Bring in the New Year!

 Last season’s 2011-2012 ski/snowboarding season was disappointing to say the least, especially for the west coast of the United States. All of the major ski resorts experienced a severe decrease in the amount of natural snowfall, increasing their needs to make snow, which, as any amateur skier knows, is not a great as the real stuff. 
However, a successful white Christmas seems to be in store for the well deserving West Coast. A winter storm named “Draco” has been tearing through the Rocky Mountains, leaving Northern Nevada, Central California, Utah, and Colorado with feet upon feet of fresh powder, just in time for the holidays. This glorious gift from the skies has skiers and snowboarders everywhere rejoicing and flocking to the mountains as soon as they can. 
That being said, the resorts are taking advantage of the new snowfall by holding deals and discounts for the holiday rush. Sites like liftopia.com, a comprehensive discount ski lift ticket retailer, are having amazing deals, up to 67% off lift tickets. Visit sites like this to get the best deals to the hottest ski resorts in the United States and Canada!
In addition, here are some sample prices to help convince you to hit the slopes ASAP!
Colorado
Arapahoe Basin: $47.99 (39% off)
Copper Mountain: $64 (39% off)
Utah
Snowbasin: $58.99 (28% off)
Snowbird: $58.99 (31% off)
Tahoe
California Sierra: $45.00 (42% off)
Now, get out there and enjoy the beautiful snowfall! If last year is any indication of this year’s snowfall, enjoy it while you can, because who knows when the next storm will come and provide fresh snow.



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