Vail postpones Opening Day due to lack of snow


Opening Day for Vail isn’t Friday after all.

Vail Mountain announced Tuesday morning that Opening Day has been postponed to Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23).

“Vail Mountain is dedicated to providing the best snow surface conditions for our guests,” said Doug Lovell, Vail chief operating officer, in a news release. “Our mountain operations team is taking advantage of every opportunity to make snow in anticipation of opening on Nov. 23. We are hopeful that the colder temps and snow in the forecast for later this week will be impactful, and we look forward to providing our guests with a quality opening day ski and snowboard experience.”‘–

on The Vail Daily.

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Source:: The Denver Post

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