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More than a dozen winter resorts open to skiers

Fifteen winter resorts in the Slovak mountains are open to skiers in the second-to-last week of 2007, with good and very good conditions and powdery or frozen snow, Sitour, which reports snow conditions, said on December 17.

Fifteen winter resorts in the Slovak mountains are open to skiers in the second-to-last week of 2007, with good and very good conditions and powdery or frozen snow, Sitour, which reports snow conditions, said on December 17.

The resorts with very good conditions include Štrbské Pleso (80cm of snow), Strednica Ždiar (75 cm), Snowparadise Veľká Rača (60 cm), Roháče-Spálená (60cm), Martinské Hole (55cm), Vrátna-Chleb (55cm), Donovaly-Záhradište (40cm), and others. Good conditions can be found at Skipark Ružomberok (40 cm), Jasná Záhradky (30cm) and Pezinská Baba (20 cm). TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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