The story of the 2019-2020 ski season for the I-70 mountain corridor consisted of a slow start in November, a relatively active storm track for Colorado during the months of December and January, followed by a very healthy storm track and well above-average snowfall in February.
Our season was unfortunately cut short in March, however, the storms continue and we are heading into the spring months with an above-average snowpack and a healthy outlook for the rivers and reservoirs.
Here's a look at the snowpack for each mountain along the corridor as of Monday, April 6th.
Arapahoe Basin: 107%
Beaver Creek: 119%
Copper Mountain: 121%
Winter Park: 120%
The following graphic is available for All-Access subscribers and can be found on every mountain page via the website or mobile app. It is calculated from four SNOTEL sites within eight miles of Copper Mountain at an average elevation of 10,990 feet.
Thank you so much for following the I-70 Daily Snow and we'll see you right back here for the 2020-2021 season!
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