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On The Hill: Tips for the perfect terrain park tune job (video)

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VIDEO: Z Griff drops by Christys in Breckenridge for the perfect tune job before making his way to the recently opened medium jump line at Keystone. It’s still the thick of holiday season out there and that means crowds, but that doesn’t mean the good snow is gone. It’s just getting started.

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Summit Daily field report: A very nice morning. Temps are climbing somewhat and the snow is in good shape.

Weather: High 17°, low -3°. Sunny, partly cloudy, chance of snow after 1 p.m.

Lift lines: We’re going to be having lines but there is a lot of terrain open in the state.

Breakdown: There are going to be lines through to the New Year I’m afraid — full buses, full parking lots. It’s just a busy time. Give people space and practice riding switch.

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