Denver, Colo. – April 5, 2017 – After a couple weeks of excellent spring skiing conditions, winter has returned to Colorado’s high country with double digit snow totals at Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) ski areas across the state.
Ski areas along or near the Continental Divide received the highest totals with Eldora welcoming 16 inches in the last 48 hours while Winter Park and Monarch were each blanketed with 14 inches.
Elsewhere, Silverton enjoyed 12 inches, 10 inches fell at Cooper and Aspen Snowmass received 9 inches in the last 48 hours.
Copper Mountain and Loveland each recorded 8 inches and Arapahoe Basin received 7 inches.
Keep up to date on daily snowfall totals and check terrain openings with the CSCUSA snow report: http://www.coloradoski.com/snow-report.
Below is a list of updated closing dates for ski areas that remain open:
Arapahoe Basin Mid-June
Aspen Mountain April 16
Aspen Highlands April 9
Cooper April 9
Copper Mountain April 16
Crested Butte April 9
Eldora April 9
Loveland May 7
Monarch Mountain April 16
Purgatory April 30, open Fridays-Sundays
Silverton April 9
Snowmass April 16
Steamboat April 16
Winter Park April 23, Mary Jane will remain open until April 30
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