All four of the CSCUSA resorts that have already opened saw heavy snowfall that will have snowboarders itching to get out and ride.
Wolf Creek now has a snow base of 29 inches and will be open for the third weekend in a row before a full time opening on November 9th. Elsewhere Copper mountain reports seven inches of fresh snow in the last three days and riding conditions are impressive following it’s opening day last Friday.
Loveland and Arapahoe Basin also received an impressive five inches over the last three days, all of which bodes well for the coming season.
The Colorado resorts yet to open did not escape lightly either! Steamboat has seen a massive seventeen inches of fresh powder in the last 48 hours, and 61 inches in total since the start of October. Aspen/Snowmass was not far behind with 12 inches of the white with a base of 51 inches gathering since October 1.
Sunlight received fifteen inches of fresh snow in the last and Monarch Mountain received eight inches. Elsewhere Telluride received seven inches, Winter Park saw five inches, and Durango Mountain Resort had three inches.
The snow storms are set to return with another major snow event predicted for this coming Friday!
CSCUSA snow report can be found here
Keep up to date on resort openings here