VAIL, Colo. (CBS4) – Some skiers who booked vacations in Colorado’s mountains over the Thanksgiving holiday will be lucky, while others may be a bit disappointed.

Due to the lack of snow across Colorado’s high country, Vail won’t open until the day after Thanksgiving and Telluride has yet to set an opening date.

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After some snow this week and extensive snowmaking efforts, Copper Mountain and Keystone Resort opened on Friday and Breckenridge opens on Saturday.

The following three resorts will open next Wednesday:

– Winter Park
– Steamboat Ski Area
– Beaver Creek (Note: officials said that opening is “weather permitting.”)

Keystone and Copper each reported approximately half a foot of snow Friday morning. That’s the first morning where they’ve had measurable snowfall in a while in what has been an unseasonably warm fall in the Rockies.

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Track the ski and snowboard trails and lifts status across Colorado on Colorado Ski Country USA or on Vail Resorts’ page.