Winter Storm Delivers in Colorado Ski Country USA
Fresh Powder Piles Up at CSCUSA Resorts
Colorado is celebrating a lovely winter storm that dropped fresh powder on ski areas across the state. Resorts across the state reported up to almost two feet of snow in the last 48 hours.
Early season conditions exist throughout Colorado, which means all skiers and riders should be on the lookout for hidden hazards on the trail, and obey closed trail signs as resorts and Mother Nature work together to open more terrain.
Take a look at some of the photos and video resorts are sharing from this latest storm:
Arapahoe Basin opened additional terrain over the weekend, thanks to more than a foot of new powder. Arapahoe Basin sent photos and video in the Dropbox below. Please use with credit to: Lucas Herbert, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.
Copper Mountain in Summit County is also celebrating this storm, with more than a foot of new snow. Take a look at the Copper Snow Stake, or use their photos and videos, courtesy of Copper Mountain:
Loveland is also basking in the glow of this latest storm, with more than a foot of fresh flakes. Find video from Sunday's storm here:
And take a look at photos of skier Bruce Ruff of Arvada, CO on the trail Nix Nox as the storm cleared out Monday.
Purgatory, near Durango in Southwest Colorado, received nearly a foot of new snow over the weekend. Take a look at their photos and drone video, courtesy of Issac Dean/Purgatory:
More Opening Days Announced
Another wave of CSCUSA resorts open throughout the week:
Sarah Beatty, APR