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Northstar to open for skiing, riding Friday

TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Northstar California Resort (formerly Northstar-at-Tahoe) will open Friday, Nov. 18, with snow depths of 18-24 inches, officials announced this week.andamp;#8220;We look forward to welcoming skiers and riders back to Northstar for the winter season,andamp;#8221; said Bill Rock, chief operating officer at Northstar, in a statement. andamp;#8220;Our snowmaking efforts have been extremely successful so far this season, and we will offer some of the best early season snow conditions around the lake.andamp;#8221;The resort will kick off the season with The Big Springs Express Gondola, Highlands Gondola, Arrow Express, Vista Express and The Big Easy quad chairlifts operating from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. A variety of terrain park features including boxes, rails and jumps will be set up for freestyle enthusiasts to enjoy.The resortandamp;#8217;s scheduled winter season is Nov. 18, 2011 through April 15, 2012, weather and conditions permitting. For the latest snow conditions, upcoming event information, and opening day updates, visit http://www.NorthstarCalifornia.com or call 530-562-1330.


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