It's closing time
Many ski areas this year have enough snow to stretch the season late into spring, but they'll be closing this month anyway despite near record-breaking conditions. Early season closures come as a result of a decrease in visitors and due to land use and wildlife restrictions.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming, has a season total of 557 inches but Sunday, April 3, marked the resort's last day of the 2011 season. "It has been a record-breaking season in lots of ways," says Jackson Hole spokesman ...
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