Loveland Ski Area – Casey Day
A consistent snow cycle in January has delivered Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member resorts soft and deep snow conditions across the state with Silverton Mountain in southwest Colorado picking up 25 inches of snow in the past week.
Nearly every ski area in Colorado has seen snowfall from this storm cycle with Aspen Snowmass receiving up to 20 inches. Elsewhere, Powderhorn and Sunlight Mountain enjoyed over one foot of fresh snow. Telluride Ski Resort has been blanketed in 13 inches of powder while Steamboat, Copper and Monarch have reported 12-14 inches of new snow. Arapahoe Basin and Loveland Ski Area are enjoying 13-21 inches of fresh snow while 5-15 inches of snow has fallen at Granby Ranch, Eldora and Wolf Creek Ski Area.
With additional snow in the forecast through January and snowpack above average, skiers and riders can expect great snow conditions across Colorado Ski Country.
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Links to Resort Webcams:
Arapahoe Basin: http://bit.ly/ArapahoeBasinCams
Aspen Highlands: http://bit.ly/AspenHighlandsCams
Aspen Mountain: http://bit.ly/AspenMountainCams
Aspen Buttermilk: http://bit.ly/AspenButtermilkCams
Copper Mountain: http://bit.ly/CopperCams
Granby Ranch: http://bit.ly/GranbyRanchCams
Loveland Ski Area: http://bit.ly/LovelandCams
Monarch Mountain: http://bit.ly/MonarchCams
Aspen Snowmass: http://bit.ly/AspenSnowmassCams
Winter Park: http://bit.ly/WinterParkCams
Wolf Creek: http://bit.ly/WolfCreekCams
Winter Park Resort http://bit.ly/2g3DTsF
Wolf Creek Ski Area http://bit.ly/2zo5xd2