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Ben Olson, owner of Damage Boardshop in Duluth, carves up a snowboard run at Lutsen Mountains on Sunday, April 20, while wearing shorts. Lutsen announced this week that despite rising temperatures this spring, it has plenty of base and reserve snow to stay open through May 4. Photo courtesy of Damage Boardshop

Minnesota resort plans to offer skiing in May

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There’s a buzz going around in skiing circles about a unique opportunity up the North Shore in a little more than a week: skiing in May.

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That’s the word from Lutsen Mountains marketing director Jim Vick as the resort plans to be open through May 4 with a deep base and reserve piles of snow that they usually start moving around in March if they can’t blow snow.

“We haven’t even dug into it yet,” Vick said Tuesday.

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