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Fresh Snow Extends Colorado Ski Season
This past week saw a big snowstorm sweep across the Rocky Mountains, depositing quite a bit of snow on some of Colorado's most popular resorts. For instance, Aspen Highlands received 13 inches of fresh powder, while nearby Snowmass recorded 14 inches, as did Silverton Mountain. Monarch picked up more than 11 inches as well, while Arapahoe Basin, Winter Park and a host of others all received several inches too.
This late season snowfall has been a boon to the resorts, many of which have reopened for the weekend. The following destinations are still offering skiers and snowboarders a chance to hit the slopes through tomorrow: Aspen Mountain, Copper Mountain, Eldora, Monarch, Silverton, Snowmass and Steamboat. Additionally, Aspen Highlands and Winter Park will remain open through April 21, while Loveland's season extends to May 5. A-Basin, which always has one of the longest seasons in North America, will remain open until June 2.
If you're not quite done playing in the snow just yet and would like to use those skies or that snowboard one more time, then get yourself to Colorado where there is still some powder to shred.
[Photo Credit: Arapahoe Basin]