Photo Credit Top Row (L-R): Kimberlee Karr, Winter Park Resort; Dave Camara, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area
Bottom Row: Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain; Larry Pierce, Steamboat Resort; Dustin Schaefer, Loveland Ski Area
Click here for high res photos and B-Roll from across Colorado: bit.ly/ColoradoSnow4-9.
A late-season April storm brought substantial snowfall to Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member ski areas, with more than 30 inches falling over a 72-hour period. While some Colorado ski areas closed for the season over the weekend, several resorts are still open for skiers and riders to enjoy. Additional snowfall is expected later this week.
Winter Park Resort led the state in snowfall, with 32 inches of snow falling over 72 hours. Loveland Ski Area received 31 inches of powder on the snow stake, while 25 inches of fresh snow fell at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area over three days.
Steamboat Resort enjoyed 22 inches of fresh snow over the weekend into Monday morning, while Eldora collected 19 inches and Aspen Snowmass saw up to 15 inches of snow over three days.
Closing dates (subject to change based on conditions):
Arapahoe Basin June 3, 2018
Aspen Mountain April 15, 2018
Copper Mountain April 15, 2018
Echo Mountain April 15, 2018
Eldora April 22, 2018
Loveland May 6, 2018
Purgatory April 15, 2018
Snowmass April 15, 2018
Steamboat April 15, 2018
Winter Park April 22, 2018
Links to resort webcams:
Arapahoe Basin http://bit.ly/1GNjD7l
Aspen Mountain http://bit.ly/1GiRPHE
Copper Mountain http://bit.ly/2fD7iZX
Eldora Mountain Resort http://bit.ly/2zlpt09
Loveland Ski Area http://bit.ly/2g3WF0E
Monarch Mountain http://bit.ly/2g5iGwn
Purgatory Resort http://bit.ly/2fMfsg6
Winter Park Resort http://bit.ly/2g3DTsF