Arapahoe Basin


The Legendary Arapahoe Basin Ski Area is nestled along the Continental Divide on the south side of Loveland Pass. A-Basin is usually one of the first ski areas to open for the season, and one of the last to close thanks to its 10,780-foot base elevation. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area opened in 1946 with one tow rope and a $1.25 lift ticket. It now offers more than 1,400 skiable acres, 9 lifts, the longest ski and ride season in Colorado, and some of the highest terrain in North America.

SnoCountry provides the updated snow reports, weather conditions, and mountain information you need for a great day on the snow at Arapahoe Basin.

Covid Info Last Update at 2021-10-14 12:23:06

Indoor Mask Required
Social Distancing
Sanitization
Stations
Pass
Protection
Reservations may be Required or
Recommended
Pre-Purchase of Day Lift Tickets Required or Recommended

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Plan To Open: TBA

Arapahoe Basin Info

Arapahoe Basin snow report Last Update at 2022-06-05 17:32:37

Arapahoe Basin Weather:
Rain
64 °F
Snow Conditions:
Open for Events/Activities
Recent Snowfall:
0in Reported to date
Season Total
Snowfall:
-in
Base:
- in
Open Terrain:
%
Open Trails:
0 of 147
Open Lifts:
0 of 9
Acres:
Arapahoe Basin Forecast:
Monday
Rain
High:
64°F
Low:
43°F
Tuesday
Light Rain
High:
65°F
Low:
43°F
Wednesday
Rain
High:
64°F
Low:
44°F
Thursday
Rain
High:
64°F
Low:
43°F

Snow Conditions Archive:

Arapahoe Basin Trail Map