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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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Monarch Looks to Get Foot or More

Powder Seekers will be having a good weekend.  Monarch seems to be getting hit the hardest with the national weather service predicting up to a foot of snow by Saturday.  The only problem will be roads, so be careful.  Other ski areas are looking at 4-8 inches

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Overnight Snows Opens More Terrain

Expert Skiers now have many options for skiing in the Summit County area.  Breckenridge opened more terrain along with Keystone, Copper Mountain, Vail, and others opening a lot more terrain that had been previously closed.       Al Henceroth COO of Arapahoe Basin put it perfectly.

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Colorado Snow Report Jan 17 2012

Your Colorado Snow Report for Jan 17, 2012.  Wolf Creek was the winner so far with 12″ of snow, but this list is dependent on how often the resorts update their stats.  What you can bet your money on is that most resorts got at least 6″

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Colorado Ski Conditions Jan 14 2012

Colorado Ski Conditions for Jan 14th 2012.  Copper Mountain opened the Alpine lift with Far East, Too Much, Triple Treat, and Formidable opened today.  Other terrain opening of note: Keystone is about up to 50% with NorthPeak having trails open, Breckenridge is at 53% with mainly the

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Colorado Snow Forecast Update

Your Colorado Snow Forecast for Dec 13th 2011.  It’s looking like a solid 3-6 inches of snow will fall in the Breckenridge, Vail, Keystone, and surrounding ski area’s between tonight and Thursday.  This will add some much-needed snow to the hard-pack we are currently riding on at

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Snow Forecast Update

Latest model runs show a foot in Breckenridge with more than that on the slopes. More for Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, and Loveland as they will have better orographic forcing. This storm will be a trail opener and more through the weekend.

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About 200 Stranded in Keystone Friday Night

About 200 people were stranded at Keystone’s restaurants on North Peak Friday night due to high winds and poor visibility which prevented the gondolas from operating and crews from driving up there.  Patrons were given blankets and food and were able to leave by 6 AM Saturday

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Keystone Opens New Terrain Nov 23

Keystone is expecting to open additional terrain tomorrow and on Thanksgiving, big plus is the tubing hill will open this weekend. The tentative schedule for openings for Thanksgiving are: (terrain is susceptible to change) Wednesday, Nov 23 – 201 acres, 12 trails, 5 lifts, 5 carpets with additional

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Colorado Snow Forecast Nov 21-25

Allright this is the week people are going to be heading up to the ski areas big time for November.  So snow is obviously on everyone’s minds and what conditions they can expect when you get here. First off, snow bases with the exception of Wolf Creek

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