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On The Hill: King Wook’s grand tour of Beaver Creek glades and groomers (snow video)

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VIDEO: During the calm between snowstorms, Z Griff made his way west over Vail Pass for a day of riding with Wookie, a longtime Eagle County local and master of all things Beaver Creek. Here’s what they found on a long day of ripping through the trees, groomers and Rodeo terrain park. Just don’t forget to be at the base of Centennial lift by 3 p.m. seven days per week, all season long for free chocolate chip cookies.

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Breckenridge official report: 2″, 2″, 2″

Summit Daily field report: Snow and cold return to Summit, and we are expecting to see some accumulation.

Weather: High of 27 F, low of 8 F. Snowstorm moving in with wind gusts up to 30 mph and wind chill values as low as 0.

Lift lines: Friday could bring some people out, but overall the lift lines won’t be bad today.

Breakdown: Snow is lightly falling and will continue throughout the day with some accumulation.


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