The season isn’t quite over yet, Loveland plans to close May 8th and Arapahoe Basin plans to close June 5th. So
Colorado Ski Country isn’t releasing final skier visit numbers until after that, but the industry group has said visits at its 22 member resorts this season were up 3.4 percent through February compared with the same period a year ago. It said subzero temperatures over New Year’s weekend and highway closures likely held visits down, while good snow around the U.S. and Europe might have kept skiers home instead of heading to Colorado. Breckenridge, Vail, Beaver Creek and Keystone don’t belong to the group and will release their season figures later.

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