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Families Spend Christmas on the Slopes at Caberfae

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For some families, Christmas is a relaxing day spent in the comfort of their own home.

But for others, the time off means being able to get out of the house and spend quality time with their loved ones.

Many decided to hit the slopes this afternoon at Caberfae Peaks.

Here, they were able to practice their skiing skills after opening up presents.

It's a typical tradition for some families in the area, but others are trying it out for the first time.

There's still time to get out on the slopes.

For more information and hours please check out the link provided to the left.

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