Snowstorm Blankets Colorado Ski Country USA Resorts
Ski Areas Boasting Robust Early Season Conditions
Denver, CO (November 1, 2013) -- Another significant fall snowstorm came through Colorado this week leaving more winter-like conditions on the slopes of Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) ski resorts. Of the four CSCUSA resorts that are open for skiing and riding, Loveland received a healthy 11 and-a-half inches of new snow this week, closely followed by Arapahoe Basin where skiers and riders are enjoying 10 inches of brand new snow. Wolf Creek, opening for skiing and riding this weekend, November 2nd and 3rd, then opening continuously through the week for the season starting November 8th, reported 7 inches of snow from this week’s storm. Copper Mountain, which opened for the season today, welcomed a fresh 5 inches.
This week’s storm was widespread and left significant amounts of snow at other ski areas in Colorado Ski Country as they prepare to open for the season soon. Aspen/Snowmass saw 10 inches from the storm and Telluride took in 9 inches. Sunlight and Crested Butte Mountain Resort accumulated 8 inches while Winter Park and Steamboat also got a fresh blanketing of snow.
More snow is expected early next week across all Colorado Ski Country mountains followed by another storm possibly later in the week. Keep up to date on snowfall totals with the CSCUSA snow report updated by the resorts themselves: http://www.coloradoski.com/snow-report.
Resorts are reading for winter and making preparations for opening. A full list of scheduled open dates can be found at http://www.coloradoski.com/resort-season-dates.