INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (KPIX) — The Halloween candy isn’t even gone yet and ski season is starting.

Mount Rose Ski Tahoe is open to all skiers and snowboarders thanks to cold overnight temperatures and a lot of snowmaking.

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There are a limited number of runs right now but plenty of folks are already hitting the slopes to burn off that Halloween candy.

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“It’s great,” said Mike Pierce, Director of Marketing for Mount Rose Ski Tahoe. “This time of year the appetite to get on the slopes is incredible. We may not have a ton of terrain yet, but it’s great to see all these people show up and wanting to go get their first turns of the year in.”

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For now the resort is only open on weekends but Pierce says daily operations will hopefully begin soon.