Kyle Taylor skis down Wildcat at Alta Ski area.
Thanks to a cold November and early snow, ski areas around the country are open earlier than usual or have opened more terrain than usual for this time of year.
Skiers and resorts posted images from the days after Thanksgiving to social media showing just have fluffy the slopes are around the U.S.
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Breckenridge got more than eight inches of snow in the days before Thanksgiving.
Skiers track down the Orion trail towards Lake Tahoe at Heavenly.
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A snowboarder heads down Smugglers Alley at Smugglers Notch, Vt.
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Snowshoe Mountain, West Virginia opened on Thanksgiving Day thanks to the snowiest November in 10 years.
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Snow grooming trails at Angel Fire Resort in New Mexico.
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Sugarloaf Mountain Skiresort in Maine woke up Thanksgiving morning to 8-10 inches of new snow.
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Wildcat Mountain Ski Area faces Mount Washington, across Pinkham Notch.
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On the chairlift riding towards Lone Peak at Big Sky Resort.
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Boyne Highlands in Harbor Springs, Mich. had several inches of lake effect snow from storms in the days before Thanksgiving.
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Whiteface in Lake Placid, N.Y. has the highest vertical drop in the eastern U.S.
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Building features in the Hoot Brown Terrain Park at Telluride Ski Resort.
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