The snowpack level for the northwest corner of Colorado has increased in the last week — good news for ski areas and water suppliers. As local ski areas begin to shutter the ski operations, with some closing up shop after Sunday, skiers and riders are enjoying some of this season’s most outstanding conditions.


dont delay.gifClosing date with mid-mountain base snow depth as of Friday
Arapahoe Basin: June 6–46 inches
Breckenridge: April 18–74 inches
Copper: April 18–63 inches
Keystone: April 11–46 inches
Vail: April 18–62 inches
Beaver Creek: April 11–66 inches
Loveland: May 2–60 inches

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