Keystone Icing Up For End Of Summer Rail Jam
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KEYSTONE, Colo. (CBS4)- Keystone Resort isn’t waiting until the first snowfall to open to boarders and skiers.
The resort had 15 tons of ice brought to the mountain to make a small hill.
It’s all part of the end-of-summer Rail Jam.
“We just really wanted to start the season off with a bang and having an event like this before any other resorts is the right way to do that. We just wanted to give back to our riders and show them a good time,” said Keystone Resort spokesman Walter Lutz.
The Rail Jam kicks off at 11 a.m. Saturday.
It is the earliest event of its kind in Colorado.
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