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SNO COUNTRY REPORTS OFFICIAL SKI REPORT FOR APRIL 27, 1992

 SNO COUNTRY REPORTS OFFICIAL SKI REPORT
 FOR APRIL 27, 1992
 Continuing throughout the 1992 ski season, PRNewswire will transmit a daily list of ski conditions nationwide. The file is compiled by Sno Country Reports of Woodstock, Vt., an independent reporting agency. As the ski season progresses, PR Newswire will add to the list and will continue carrying the file until the season ends in April.
 Following are the current conditions for ski areas nationally, including an update of the report for eastern areas issued earlier today. In addition, those wishing to receive a full profile of any of 38 of the leading resorts nationwide may do so free of charge by calling 800-873-9803. You must have access to a facsimile machine and be prepared to provide that telephone number to receive the free profile report.
 New Prim. Open Latest
 State Ski Area Snow Surf. Trls Base Information
 CA ALPINE MEADOWS SC 18-62 916-583-6914
 MAMMOTH MTN SC -48 619-934-6166
 MT BALDY SC 18 24-72 714-981-3344
 SQUAW VALLEY/USA SC 12-36 916-583-6955
 CO ARAPAHOE BASIN SC 61 -68 800-222-0188
 COPPER SC 28 -58 303-968-2100
 LOVELAND SC -60 303-571-5580
 ME SUGARLOAF/USA 1 SC 21 20-40 207-237-2000
 SUNDAY RIVER SC 30 18-48 207-824-6400
 NH CANNON MTN LSGR 5 0-40 603-823-7771
 NY HUNTER MOUNTAIN 3 LSGR 19 0-52 518-263-4223
 OR MT BACHELOR SC 62-100 503-382-7888
 TIMBERLINE SC -85 503-222-2211
 QE MONT SAINTE ANNE SC 8 30-34 418-827-4561
 MONT ST. SC 4 -30 514-227-4671
 SAUVEUR/AVILA
 UT SNOWBIRD SC -68 801-742-2222
 VT KILLINGTON SC 40 12-84 802-422-3261
 STOWE SC 17 15-55 800-637-8693
 SUGARBUSH SC 10 6-50 802-583-7669
 LEGEND: NEW SNOW -INCHES IN LAST 48 HOURS
 PDR -POWDER SNOW. PP -PACKED POWDER.
 LSGR -LOOSE GRANULAR. FRGR -FROZEN GRANULAR.
 HP -HARD PACKED MGS -MACHINE GROOMED SNOW.
 WETSN -WET SNOW. WETGR -WET GRANULAR
 VC -VARIABLE CONDITIONS SC -SPRING CONDITIONS
 TC -THIN COVER WBLN -WINDBLOWN SNOW
 SM -SNOW MADE IN LAST 24 HOURS NS -NIGHT SKIING AVAL.
 IN COLORADO AVG. BASE DEPTH EQUALS NATURAL SNOW ONLY (WHERE TWO SURFACE TERMS APPEAR, THE FORMER SHOWS CONDITIONS ON 70 PERCENT OR MORE TERRAIN; THE LATTER THE NEXT MOST PREVALENT)
 -0- 4/27/92
 /CONTACT: Phil Camp or Betsy Perry of Sno Country Reports,


802-457-3838/
 (PRNewswire -- April 27)


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