Colorado Resorts Get More Snow, Many Close Soon

Denver, CO — April 16, 2003…It looks to be an endless winter in Colorado with another storm blowing through the Rocky Mountains leaving up to a foot of new snow at some resorts.

Aspen, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Vail and Winter Park will close for the season this Sunday, 4/20.

Loveland Ski Area, located at the Continental Divide saw a foot of new snow over night. Thanks to the resort’s elevation at 13,010 feet, Loveland plans to stay open until May 4. Arapahoe Basin at 13,050 feet saw nine inches of new snow and plans to remain open until July 4th. Silverton Mountain plans to remain open until June 15. Copper Mountain and Keystone both got 11 inches of new snow in 24 hours, Vail saw 8 inches and Winter Park got half a foot.

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