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Spring Storm Delivers April Powder To Utah, Colorado

Snowbird

The latest spring snowstorm dropped up to 20 inches in the Rocky Mountains, delivering outstanding  (mid-winter) spring conditions for the remainder of the season for resorts in Utah and Colorado.

 

Utah’s Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort picked up 20 inches of new snow from the latest storm, while Colorado’s Aspen Highlands received 13 inches and Monarch Mountain picked up 11 inches of fresh snow.

 

The fresh April powder gives visitors a great excuse to head to the high country for the final weeks of the season. Colorado is known for having one of the longest ski seasons in the country, and once again Mother Nature has yielded an opportunity for guests to ski through June at Arapahoe Basin.

 

Open resorts and Anticipated Closing Dates:

Aspen Mountain April 14

Brian Head April 14

Canyons April 14

Copper Mountain April 14

Deer Valley April 14

Eldora April 14

Monarch April 14

Park City April 14

Silverton April 14

Snowbasin April 14

Snowmass April 14

Solitude April 14

Steamboat April 14

Brighton Resort April 21

Winter Park April 21

Aspen Highlands April 21

Alta April 28 (Weekends only)

Loveland May 5

Snowbird May 27

Arapahoe Basin  June 2

 

Photos: (Top) Katie Van Riper enjoys more than a foot of fresh at Snowbird / Matt Crawley photo 

 

Deer Valley

Christina Rex drops into 20" of fresh at Deer Valley Resort / Jeff Richards photo

 

Monarch Mountain

 

Fresh snow and sunshine at Colorado's Monarch Mountain / Monarch Mountain photo

 

Aspen

Aspen received almost a foot of fresh snow / Jason Schnissel photo


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