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Round-up of resorts open for business

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In the Southern Hemisphere, El Colorado, La Parva, and Ski Arpa are open in Chile. Cerro Catedral in Argentina was open briefly, but is now closed. However, new snow should see the balance of South American resorts opening soon. Warmer weather has delayed the opening of many Australian resorts, but both Perisher Blue and Thredbo are up and running. In New Zealand resorts weren’t expected to open before this week, but Coronet Peak and Mt. Lyford are already operating....In the Northern hemisphere, Timberline Lodge (Oregon). and Whistler-Blackcomb (B.C.) are the only resorts regularly open in North America. However, Snowbird (Utah), Willamette Pass (Oregon) and Aspen Mountain (Colorado) are open this Friday, Saturday and Sunday s through June 15will be re-opening for Father's Day weekend only.

In Europe, the first round of glacier skiing areas have re-opened. Les Deux Alpes (France) and Val Senales (Italy), Passo Tonale has been open for some time, and other areas will be opening in the coming weeks.

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Stubai/Kaprun are also open iirc.
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