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Where in Minnesota do these chair lifts lie? Three clues: 1) North of the Twin Cities. 2) It's in a town known for its summertime shopping. 3) At a place that changed its name to celebrate 50 years of business. The answer? Click on the headline above...
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This photo is from Mount Ski Gull in Nisswa, Minn. This year, the facility is celebrating its 50th year of operations, changing its name from Ski Gull to Mount Ski Gull. Tubing starts on Nov. 23, and skiing and snowboarding hours start on Dec. 1.

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