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Final Post of the 2022-2023 Season


That's a wrap on the 2022-2023 winter season! Make sure to always stay tuned to the OpenSnow app and OpenSnow.com to always catch the best weather window for your next adventure, no matter the season. Thank you so much for your continued support of OpenSnow and we'll see you back here in November 2023.


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Season Recap

The 2022-2023 ski season was well-above average for Colorado thanks to a consistent train of storms and cold temperatures for southern and western Colorado.

Even though the ski resorts along I-70 only caught a handful of double-digit powder days, the snow was consistent and most areas tracked right along their historical snowpack compared to the 30-year average.

Here's a look at the snowpack compared to the 30-year average (via nearby SNOTEL sites) and the season snowfall for each ski resort as of Monday, April 17, 2023:

Arapahoe Basin: 93% | 227"

Beaver Creek: 104% | 328"

Breckenridge: 85% | 286"

Copper Mountain: 90% | 284"

Keystone: 90% | 235"

Loveland: 87% | 253"

Vail: 102% | 345"

Winter Park: 94% | 353"

The following Base Depth vs. Average graph is updated daily on OpenSnow and available to All-Access subscribers for every ski resort in Colorado.

Simply click the "Snow Report" tab on any location screen.

And with that, we're wrapped up for the 2022-2023 winter season.

I hope that you have a wonderful spring, summer, and fall, and I look forward to seeing you back here when the I-70 Daily Snow resumes on November 1, 2023.

Thank you so much again for your continued support of OpenSnow!

Sam Collentine
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