Ski Report: New Terrain Openings, Culinary Offerings in Western U.S.

As January comes to a close, Western U.S. ski resorts are continuing to benefit from the good snowfall this season with new terrain openings and culinary programs. Here's a look at what's new. 

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Breckenridge, colorado
Photo by Breckenridge Resort

Breckenridge, Colorado

With eight inches of new snowfall as of January 28, Breckenridge is on track for a record January. 100 percent of the resort's terrain is now open for skiers and riders, including the recently-opened Peak 6

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Keystone Resort, Colorado // Photo by Jack Affleck
Keystone Resort, Colorado // Photo by Jack Affleck

Keystone Resort, Colorado

Keystone Resort is rolling out its Savor the Slopes culinary showcase for the second year. This month-long rotating showcase of the resort's signature restaurants will run throughout the month of February. 

Each night, guests will enjoy an evening event highlighting a range of culinary delights, wine pairings, cocktail tastings and frothy beers. Weekly themes will showcase the best of food, Feb. 1-9, wine Feb. 10-16, spirits Feb. 17-23 and beer Feb. 24-28. All tastings begin promptly at 4:30 p.m. and cost $25 per event.

Click here for a full schedule of events. 

Heavenly Mountain Resort, Lake Tahoe, California / Nevada

An additional 18 to 20 inches of snow January 30 has allowed Heavenly Mountain Resort on South Lake Tahoe in California and Nevada to open four new trails. 

With the addition of Jack’s, Double Down, Waterfall, and the entirety of High Five trail, guests can access 28 trails and 16.5 miles of skiing and riding, with more expected to open soon, the resort said.