On The Hill: A unique perspective of the Aspen Winternational Women’s World Cup Grand Slalom course
VIDEO: Aspen Times mountain correspondent Corby Anderson delivers his daily video conditions report from Aspen Mountain.
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Saturday, November 29, 2014
Aspen official report: 0″ of new snow overnight, 0″ in the past 48 hours, and 8″ in the past week. Mostly sunny, high of 44, low of 27.
Aspen Times field report: The 2014 Aspen Winternational Audi FIS Nature Valley Women’s World Cup is underway on (part of) the America’s Downhill course on Aspen Mountain. Today features the Grand Slalom races at 10am and 1pm, followed by a free Reel Big Fish concert and fireworks this evening.
Liftline status: Expect more people in town, on the busses, and on the hill than normal today. 1A is serving the ski race, but the gondola should be fairly quick today.
Snowcast: Mostly sunny and warm the through World Cup weekend. A small chance of snow is possible on Tuesday as a weak front moves through the area.
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