DENVER (KDVR) — Several inches of snow fell Tuesday and Wednesday for many of Colorado’s ski areas.
Last year, ski season started on Oct. 28. Wolf Creek Ski Area was the first to open.
But which ski area will open first this season?
Historically, the race to open is between Arapahoe Basin, Loveland and Keystone.
Here are the totals for some of the ski areas over the past 24-hours.
- Arapahoe Basin: 10+ inches
- Aspen Mountain: Less than 2 inches
- Breckenridge: 6 inches
- Eldora: 4 inches
- Keystone: 1 inch
- Loveland Ski Area: 10+ inches
- Telluride: 8-10 inches
- Wolf Creek: 6 inches
Here’s a photo gallery of snow stakes at several different ski areas:
The ski areas could see an addition 2-6 inches of snow on Thursday.