Posts Tagged slopes

Week of Bluebird Skies Ahead

It’s a great week to get out and enjoy the slopes statewide.  No new snow to talk about, but it will be warmer out there than it was last week.  No news in the new snow arena until at least next weekend.  Been busy getting ready for

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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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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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Last Weekend For Arapahoe Basin

Last Call For Skiing At Arapahoe Basin is this weekend with the last day being Sunday May 6th.  Lack of spring snows has forced them to close earlier this year, but they did have a record early opening as well. “This was a very tough decision.  Sometimes

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Colorado Snow Forecast Jan 21-22 2012

Colorado Snow Forecast January 20th through 22nd.  We’ll folks this has been a good week for getting a lot of snow onto the icy bases we have had at most locations this winter.  The good news is that were going to see a lot more snow this

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Lots Of Coal In Stockings For Colorado Ski Areas

While we are not the only ones having a lack of meaningful snow since October, it’s been a very poor season so far in the snowfall department.  It seems every storm in October would get us there so much earlier only stayed south and this pattern persisted

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After 763 Days Kevin Pearce Returns To Snowboarding

Kevin Pearce is one of those great inspiring stories of people who have surmounted the odds and returned to their favorite pastimes.  In the case of Kevin it’s snowboarding.  For those who do not know Kevin suffered a major brain injury while practicing for a snowboarding tournament

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Snow, Arapahoe Basin Opens More Runs

Looks like the forecast calls for another foot on favorable slopes this evening into Wednesday.  For all you hump day skiers beware that there will be extreme wind and blowing snow so take it easy on I70 or for my Colorado Springs brethren watch out for Monument

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Two Winter Storms This Week For Colorado Ski Areas

We are seeing general agreement in today’s NOAA weather discussions.  Winter storm watches have already been posted for the mountains along I-70 and the front range as far south to northern El Paso county.  Plains snow amounts are in the 4-8 inch range with hire accumulations in

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Forecast Today Through Wednesday for Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, and Keystone SNOW!

It looks like these areas are setup to receive at least 20 inches of snow through this event, with more in localized areas and favorable slopes.  Models keep showing the system as being stronger and moving slightly slower and are all in good agreement on precipitation amounts.

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