Copper Mountain and Keystone Resort are opening for the ski season with incentives for people who show up early.
Keystone plans to have doughnuts, hot cocoa and coffee for visitors on Friday, while Copper plans to pass out free drink specials.
Arapahoe Basin and Loveland are already open.
The Colorado ski industry is hoping to bounce back from a lackluster season caused by a lack of snow last year.
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