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Killer conditions up at Camp Fortune right now. I was up on Wednesday.  North America and Swan Dive (natural snow runs) are now open. Also there is a bump run on the left side of Clifford.  

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Wow, great news that North American is now open. I may have to stop by to do some turns on the natural snow.

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