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Heavy snowfall 'leading to early openings'

20 October 2009
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The heavy snowfall throughout the continent has led to many resorts opening earlier and allowing people to travel on cheap ski breaks for longer, one specialist has asserted.

A post on the Ski Europe Report stated that there has been as much as six feet of snowfall in some areas, providing those on short ski holidays with plenty of opportunities to indulge in winter sports.

"At least a dozen ski areas in six countries have opened earlier than expected because of heavy snow, consistent low temperatures to allow snow making, or a combination of both," the source said.

The blog added that many other resorts have reported up to two feet of snow over the past week as the winter ski season has begun in earnest.

Meanwhile, Patrick Thorne, writing for the Independent, recently said that people who travel on short ski holidays on a coach are doing their bit to help the environment, as this method of travel is more eco friendly.

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