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Last weekend, many resorts got their first taste of winter. Across the west, resorts were showing off fresh dustings of snow on social media, featuring snow capped mountains, frosty grass, and white-tipped trees. Ski resort marketing teams rejoiced, as mother nature stepped up to the plate. Who were those lucky resorts that got their first snow, anyway? Let’s take a look at 10 resorts who saw their first hints of the fluffy stuff.

Mission Ridge Ski and Board Resort

Opening Day: November 27, 2020

PHOTO CREDIT: Mission Ridge

The Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington

Opening Day: TBD

PHOTO CREDIT: The Summit at Snoqualmie

Big Sky, Montana

Opening Day: November 26, 2020

PHOTO CREDIT: Big Sky Resort

Red Mountain Resort, British Columbia

Opening Day: December 12, 2020

PHOTO CREDIT: Red Mountain Resort

Sun Peaks Resort, British Columbia

Opening Day: November 21, 2020

PHOTO CREDIT: Sun Peaks Resort

Lake Louise, Alberta

Opening Day: November 6, 2020

PHOTO CREDIT: Lake Louise

Mt. Baker, Washington

Opening Day: TBD

PHOTO CREDIT: @adamcu280 via Mt Baker

Pomerelle Mountain, Idaho

Opening Day: TBD

PHOTO CREDIT: Pomerelle Ski Area

Alta, Utah

Opening Day: November 21st, 2020

PHOTO CREDIT: Alta Ski Area

Brighton Resort, Utah

Opening Day: TBD

PHOTO CREDIT: Brighton Resort
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