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Loveland first US resort to open this season?

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Loveland Ski Area in Colorado opened some of its terrain for skiing and snowboarding on Sunday, claiming that it was the first resort in the US to open for the 2010-11 season. Arapahoe, Loveland's neighboring resort, opened today. However, Sunday River, in Maine, was also in on the race. It correctly boasted it was the first resort in the US to open, having allowed skiing and riding on Saturday....However, Sunday River is not yet technically open for the 2010-11 season. On Sunday, it announced on its website, "We have now temporarily suspended operations for the midweek period as some warmer weather moves through to give us a chance to get the trails in the best shape possible for the weekend."

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