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Terry Peak, S. Dak.: Excellent early season skiing. Everything open but temperatures have been dropping to 10 below. LS 21, US 28.
Eastern Slope Region, N.H.: At Cranmore, chair lift and Hannes Schneider Trail opened after dedication at which Ski Enthusiast Lowell Thomas was speaker. Skimobile and chair running daily. Pomalift still under construction. East, North, South slopes and Rattlesnake Trail open. LS 1 to 4, US 1 to 4, CD 175, CW 2,100. At Black Mt., chair and J-bar running daily, all slopes open. Attenhofer Metallic ski gaining popularity here. LS 2 to 4, US 2 to 4, CW 450. Thorn Mt. opens Dec. 26.
Cannon Mt., N.H.: Lower Cannon and Ravine trails, lower T-bar and rope open on weekends. 150 cross-country and jump contestants on hand for last weekend's preseason meet. Reservations filling up for holidays. LS 3 to 15, US 3 to 20, TD 10, CW 200.
Stowe, Vt.: All lifts operating daily from now on. Toll Road, Tyro, Standard and upper Lord open on Mansfield. Sterling and T-bar slope on Spruce. Head most popular metal ski in area. Increasing demand for Stowe Safety Binding. LS 17, US 22, TD 12, TW 2, CD 200, CW 1,300.
Mad River Glen, Vt.: Chair opened last weekend with Porcupine and Bunny trails packed out for the weekend crowd. All trails and slopes will be packed by Dec. 25. Knitted sweaters reappearing. Fast skiers using bamboo poles. LS 10 to 15, US 10 to 24, TD 18, CW 200.
Pico Peak, Vt.: T-bar and rope operating. LS 6, US 10 to 12, TD 8, TW 3, CW 800.
Big Bromley, Vt.: New Pomalift opened last weekend, and lower chair also ran. Lower Boulevard and Lord's Prayer trails open. LS 4 to 8, US 4 to 8, TD 8, CW 500.