Ski Areas Begin Re-opening Terrain After Storm Eleanor Passes Over

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Thursday, 4th January, 2018

It has been a windy and snowy day in the Alps but many ski areas that closed completely yesterday have opened a little more terrain today and those that felt so threatened they asked their visiting skiers and boarders to remain in their accommodation if possible, including Tignes and Val Thorens, lifted their curfews this morning.

(via J2ski)

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