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The Oldest Ski Area in Every State

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Virginia
> Oldest ski area: Bryce Resort
> Opening year: 1965
> Total number of ski areas in state: 4

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Washington
> Oldest ski area: Tied: The Summit At Snoqualmie & Stevens Pass
> Opening year: 1937
> Total number of ski areas in state: 11

West Virginia
> Oldest ski area: Oglebay Resort
> Opening year: 1952
> Total number of ski areas in state: 5

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Wisconsin
> Oldest ski area: Heiliger Huegel Ski Club
> Opening year: 1935
> Total number of ski areas in state: 20

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Wyoming
> Oldest ski area: Sleeping Giant Ski Area
> Opening year: 1936
> Total number of ski areas in state: 9

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