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Photo gallery: Slopes open for winter fun at Boyce Park in Plum

| Monday, Dec. 18, 2017, 12:15 p.m.
Haley Price, 6, and Nova Price, 8, of Logans Ferry head up to the snowtubing hill at the Boyce Park Ski Area in Plum, Dec. 16.
Lillian Dedomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Haley Price, 6, and Nova Price, 8, of Logans Ferry head up to the snowtubing hill at the Boyce Park Ski Area in Plum, Dec. 16.
Allegheny County's Boyce Ski Area opened for skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Lillian Dedomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Allegheny County's Boyce Ski Area opened for skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Nathaniel Tardy, 11, of Sarver practices his skill on the slopes at the Boyce Park Ski Area on the first day of the season, Saturday.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Nathaniel Tardy, 11, of Sarver practices his skill on the slopes at the Boyce Park Ski Area on the first day of the season, Saturday.
Allegheny County's Boyce Ski Area opened for skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Allegheny County's Boyce Ski Area opened for skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Allegheny County's Boyce Ski Area opened for skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Allegheny County's Boyce Ski Area opened for skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing on Saturday, Dec. 16.

Boyce Park Ski Area in Plum opened Saturday as planned for skiers and snowboarders, but a week earlier than expected for snowtubing.

Hours, December through mid-March, are 3:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 4 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Season passes are available to purchase online at www.alleghenycounty.us/parkpasses.

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