Photo Credit Top Row (L-R): Telluride Ski Resort; Casey Day, Loveland Ski Area
Bottom Row: Samuel Bricker, Wolf Creek Ski Area; Jeremy Swanson, Aspen Snowmass; Grady James, Purgatory Resort
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The New Year is off to a snowy start in Colorado, with the most recent storm bringing double-digit snow totals and nearly two feet of snow to the state.
The Southwest region of Colorado received the most snow during this storm cycle, with Silverton Mountain recording 22 inches of new snow. Wolf Creek Ski Area saw 16 inches of fresh powder, while Kendall Mountain Ski Area collected 13 inches and Purgatory Resort received a foot of snow. Telluride Ski Resort enjoyed 10 inches of powder on the snow stake.
Elsewhere in the state, Steamboat welcomed 9 inches of fresh powder. Several ski areas saw 8 inches of snow, including Aspen Highlands, Aspen Mountain, Snowmass and Powderhorn Resort. Seven inches of snow fell at Loveland Ski Area, while Buttermilk and Hesperus Ski Area both saw 6 fresh inches. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Cooper and Sunlight Mountain Resort each received 5 inches of snow.
Across Colorado, several ski areas have 100 percent of skiable terrain open, while all ski areas are offering the majority of their terrain for skiers and riders to enjoy.
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Loveland Ski Area http://bit.ly/2g3WF0E
Monarch Mountain http://bit.ly/2g5iGwn
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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