Photo Credit Top Row (L-R): Larry Pierce, Steamboat Resort; Kimberlee Karr, Winter Park Resort
Bottom Row: Telluride Ski Resort; Troy Hawks, Sunlight Mountain Resort
Click here for additional high res photos and B-Roll from across Colorado: bit.ly/ColoradoSnow3-19.
Ski areas across Colorado welcomed up to a foot of new snow this morning, offering skiers and riders excellent spring skiing conditions at Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member ski areas. Forecasts call for snow to return to Colorado later this week and continue falling through the rest of March.
Telluride Ski Resort led the state with 12 inches of snow in 24 hours, giving skiers and riders a foot of powder on Monday. Winter Park Resort also enjoyed double-digit snow, with 10 inches falling on the slopes in 24 hours.
Steamboat Resort and Powderhorn Resort each saw 9 inches of powder on the snow stake, while 8 inches fell at both Wolf Creek Ski Area and Silverton Mountain. Elsewhere in Colorado, Sunlight Mountain Resort collected 7 inches of fresh snow, while Eldora received 6 inches in 24 hours.
All ski areas in the state received snow from this storm.
Arapahoe Basin http://bit.ly/1GNjD7l
Aspen Highlands http://bit.ly/2fMbDYj
Aspen Mountain http://bit.ly/1GiRPHE
Copper Mountain http://bit.ly/2fD7iZX
Crested Butte Mountain Resort http://bit.ly/2fMdnB2
Eldora Mountain Resort http://bit.ly/2zlpt09
Granby Ranch http://bit.ly/2EWCTCR
Loveland Ski Area http://bit.ly/2g3WF0E
Monarch Mountain http://bit.ly/2g5iGwn
Purgatory Resort http://bit.ly/2fMfsg6
Sunlight Mountain Resort http://bit.ly/2fMemkP
Telluride Ski Resort http://bit.ly/2eNN5RX
Winter Park Resort http://bit.ly/2g3DTsF
Wolf Creek Ski Area http://bit.ly/2zo5xd2