Visit 303/825-SNOW and www.coloradoski.com

Denver, CO — November 13, 2003… As Durango Mountain Resorts receives 14 inches of new snow overnight, Colorado’s ski and snowboard season is underway. Eight Colorado resorts will be open by the end of the week. Beginning tomorrow, Friday, Nov.14, skiers and riders in search of the latest statewide snow conditions can call Colorado Ski Country USA’s snow phone at 303/825-SNOW and log onto www.coloradoski.com for the official snow report for Colorado’s 24 ski and snowboard resorts.

Skiers and riders can visit www.coloradoski.com for snow information from all 24 Colorado resorts, including 24 and 48-hour snowfall totals, number of lifts running, percentage of terrain open, surface and weather conditions. Winter enthusiasts can also call 303/825-SNOW (7669) for the same information.

Both the internet report and the phone reports are updated daily at 6:00 am and 2:00 pm MST, Monday – Saturday and at 6:00 am on Sunday. The snow report can also be found in the Rocky Mountain News and The Denver Post daily. Sign up for e-Snow at www.coloradoski.com/snow to receive a daily email at 6am with the latest snow report for all of your favorite Colorado resorts.

Four Colorado resorts are currently open — Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain, Loveland and Winter Park. Four more Colorado resorts will open by the end of the week — Breckenridge, Eldora, Keystone, and Silverton Mountain.

For more information on all Colorado Ski Country’s 24 resorts, go to www.coloradoski.com or www.media-coloradoski.com