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13 Million. That’s how many skiers and riders it took to break Colorado’s record for busiest season in recorded history reports the Denver Post.
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Vail and Breckenridge alone hosted 5.6 million skiers over the 2014/2015 season. Overall, those numbers point to a booming ski economy in Colorado that saw skier visit averages rise significantly. The former record was set in 2013/2014, when approximately 12.6 million skiers flocked to the slopes of Colorado.
Find the entire Denver Post article here: Colorado ski areas set visitor record, pass 13 million for first time