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Silver Mountain will be open Saturday

Silver Mountain Resort will be open Saturday, extending a ski and snow-boarding season cushioned by 400 inches of snow.

“We've been blessed with over four feet of snow recently, and the short-term forecast looks promising for more,” spokesman John Williams said.

He  said all 1,600 acres of the Kellogg mountain will be open, with lift tickets priced at $35 for adults, $25 for youths below age 18. Children less than six years  old ski free.

The four other ski areas in the Inland Northwest closed Sunday.


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