Since summer weather lingers on in the Colorado Rockies, both Keystone and Copper Mountain resorts announced Tuesday that, due to the high temperatures, they’re pushing back their openings, which were originally slated for today.

Copper Mountain has pushed its opening back a week to Nov. 7 since “unusually warm temperatures have limited the snow-making production, causing the inability to create a top-to-bottom skiing and riding experience for our planned opening day.”

When Copper does it open, it says top-to-bottom skiing will be open on Ptarmigan via the Excelerator lift, as well as on Rhapsody and Main Vein via the American Eagle lift.

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