Colorado Ski Resort Snow Totals For Winter 2018-19

Colorado Ski Resort Snow Totals For Winter 2018-19

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Colorado Ski Resort Snow Totals For Winter 2018-19

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The 2018/19 ski season in Colorado was a banger. The state saw big snowfalls from Steamboat down to Crested Butte. Here is a look at some of the snowfall totals across the states ski resorts from OnTheSnow.com.

*note: These totals will surly be going up thanks to a late season storm that is dropping as much at 20″ of snowfall on the Rockies this week.

Colorado Ski Resort Snow Totals For Winter 2018-19

Aspen (ski resort): 396 inches (average: 300 inches)

Breckenridge (ski resort): 370 inches (average: 366 inches)

Copper Mountain (ski resort): 202 inches (average: 300 inches)

Crested Butte (ski resort): 251 inches (average: 276 inches)

Eldora (ski resort): 205 inches (average: 300 inches)

Keystone (ski resort): 209 inches (average: 235 inches)

Loveland (ski resort): 315 inches (average: 400 inches)

Steamboat Springs (ski resort): 320 inches (average: 336 inches)

Vail (ski resort): 281 inches (average: 360 inches)

Winter Park (ski resort): 332 inches (average: 327 inches)

Wolf Creek (ski resort): 423 inches (average: 430 inches)

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