ONE COLORADO RESORT SAW 4 FEET OF FRESH OUT OF THE LAST STORM! [Photo Tour + Snowfall Totals]

ONE COLORADO RESORT SAW 4 FEET OF FRESH OUT OF THE LAST STORM! [Photo Tour + Snowfall Totals]

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ONE COLORADO RESORT SAW 4 FEET OF FRESH OUT OF THE LAST STORM! [Photo Tour + Snowfall Totals]

Loveland now has two full, top-2-bottom trails open | Photo: Loveland Ski Area | Cover: A-Basin

This weekend saw one hell of a winter storm system in the Rockies and some people saw upwards of 2 feet on their decks when they woke up this morning. The Tetons and Colorado (*mainly northern and central) scored the biggest snowfall totals.

Also Read: Wolf Creek Is Having A Historically Amazing Season Already

An avalanche was triggered in Summit County on Friday and this is as good a time as ever to get reacquainted with your beacon and rescue protocol. If you’re a chairlift rider, you’ll be pleased to know that Loveland and A-Basin are set to open new terrain with all the new snowfall.

Which means– no more white ribbon of death!

Early season snow has southern Colorado looking ahead to ski season | Photo: USDA

Colorado:

*7-day snowfall totals

Top of Springmieir Lift | Photo: Breckenridge

  • Breckenridge — 48″
  • Vail — 35″
  • Loveland Ski Area — 26″

Beaver Creek this morning | Photo: Beaver Creek

  • Beaver Creek — 26″
  • Copper — 24″
  • Arapahoe Basin — 19″

A-Basin looking much better than it did this time last week…

  • Steamboat — 16″
  • Winter Park — 10″
  • Aspen Snowmass — 6″
  • Wolf Creek — 2″

Mid-Vail looks good to go. | Photo: Vail Mountain Webcam

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