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Spring Snowstorm Brings Up to 10 Inches to Colorado Ski Resorts

20180316 Purgatory ScottDWSmith 20180316 WolfCreek RyanScavo 20180316 Powderhorn
20180316 Loveland DustinSchaefer 1 20180316 CBMR TaylorAhearn 20180316 AspenMountain JesseHoffman

Photo Credit Top Row (L-R): Scott DW Smith, Purgatory Resort; Ryan Scavo, Wolf Creek Ski Area; Powderhorn Resort
Bottom: Dustin Schaefer, Loveland Ski Area; Taylor Ahearn, Crested Butte Mountain Resort; Jesse Hoffman, Aspen Snowmass

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A spring snowstorm has arrived in Colorado, bringing up to 10 inches of powder to Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member ski areas. More snow is expected to fall throughout the weekend and a stormy pattern is forecast through the rest of March.

Winter Park Resort and Wolf Creek Ski Area each received 10 inches of fresh snow in the last 48 hours, leading the state’s snow totals. Purgatory Resort, Silverton Mountain, Powderhorn Resort and Telluride Ski Resort each collected 8 inches of powder in the last two days.

Skiers and riders at Loveland Ski Area enjoyed 7 inches of snow, while Aspen Snowmass and Crested Butte Mountain Resort each saw half a foot of snowfall with 6 inches on the snow stake in 48 hours. Elsewhere, 5 inches of snow fell at Granby Ranch, while Eldora, Kendall Mountain and Monarch Ski Area each welcomed 4 inches of fresh snow.

Ski areas across the state saw snowfall from this storm and more snow is expected this weekend.

Links to resort webcams:

Arapahoe Basin

Aspen Highlands

Aspen Mountain



Copper Mountain

Crested Butte Mountain Resort

Eldora Mountain Resort

Granby Ranch

Loveland Ski Area

Monarch Mountain


Purgatory Resort



Sunlight Mountain Resort

Telluride Ski Resort

Winter Park Resort

Wolf Creek Ski Area