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The good, the bad, the ugly: SilverStar recaps ski season

Watch some of the best clips from winter on the hill — and some of the bloopers.

As the snow melts away, it marks the end of ski season at SilverStar.

The resort wanted to share footage of some of the best events of the season.

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But, not everything goes as planned. So, here’s a few bloopers.

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Now, bike season is upon us. Early bird passes are on sale now.

Related: SilverStar voted a top ski resort

Related: SilverStar aglow for annual light up

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