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Monster Storm On the Way

It’s to be at least as big as the snows in early October 2015 so get up to the slopes while the roads are open.  Come on guys what better way to get some days off than to call your boss and say I70 is closed and

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Terrain Opening Up State Wide

With the last few storms and moist northwest flow after the storms all ski areas state wide have seen plenty of snow to open a lot of their terrain. Breckenridge is over 500 acres and growing, and Arapahoe Basin has open the Pali lift the other day

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Cooler Weather Sparks Snow Guns

Cooler weather has finally arrived.  Though later than recent years.  It’s a race and gamble if anyone will actually get a run open by Halloween, but this next week the weather will produce some high mountain snows.  Wolf Creek might be a recipient of some beneficial snows,

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Arapahoe Basin Starts Making Snow Tonight

Arapahoe Basin Starts Making Snow Tonight

Latest updates from Al suggest that they will begin making snow on top of the snow that has been falling up there on and off today so starts the race between A Basin and Loveland to get open.  Wolf Creek just smiles and waits for a good

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More Snow This Week Opens More Terrain

More Snow This Week Opens More Terrain

Wolf Creek and other southern Ski Areas have been slammed, but not all the snow is falling down south.  The central and northern ski areas may see 12-24 inches total throughout the week which is welcome news to those who have been recently and disappointed with another

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It’s Snowing in Colorado! How Much and What it Means for 2012-2013 Skiing

It's Snowing in Colorado!  How Much and What it Means for 2012-2013 Skiing

That’s right folks, that’s not rain anymore hitting your windows, its massive wet snowflakes, especially up in the northern side of Colorado Springs it’s coming down pretty good. 2-6 inches forecasted depending on how everything sets up, Monument might get around the 6 inch mark. You’re not

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Colorado Ski Area Snowmaking has Begun

Colorado Ski Area Snowmaking has Begun

Copper Mountain was this year’s first Colorado Ski Area to start making snow with an anticipated opening date of Nov 2nd.  Last night Loveland somehow managed to start making snow while Al over at Arapahoe Basin is waiting to hopefully tonight.  While Copper will not open early

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First real fall cold front on its way!

First real fall cold front on its way!

The first real fall cold front of the 2012-2012 ski season is moving south from Canada and is expected to arrive sometime during the day on Wednesday.  This will drop temperatures into the low 20’s in the Summit Country area and I fully expect Al over at

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First Snow of 2012-2013 Ski Season Forecasted

First Snow of 2012-2013 Ski Season Forecasted

It looks like Summit County is going to be seeing their first chance of snow this upcoming Wednesday night.  30% Chance of Rain/Snow and I’m sure the peaks are going to get a dusting no matter what during the week.  With lows finally dropping down below freezing

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Echo Mountain Gets Impressive 55 Inches of Snow

Echo Mountain was the big winner from this storm with an impressive 55″ of snow reported this morning on our snow report page.  Unfortunately today they’re having some sort of event that will delay the lift opening to 1PM and that’s if you can get there.  Echo

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