Just as we promised last week, fresh snow piled up at Copper Mountain Friday night through Sunday morning, with early season skiers enjoying some great November powder over the weekend. Copper Mountain reported 5 inches of snow Saturday morning, with another 7 inches on Sunday. Most other ski areas in Colorado also reported double-digit two-day snowfall totals, with the most snow at Wolf Creek, reporting 16 inches, and Winter Park, at 15.5 inches.
Get the full Colorado snow report at ColoradoSki.com, and visit the Copper Mountain snow report page for the latest update on daily weather, open trails and lifts and grooming. So far for November, Copper is reporting 28 inches of snow. The resort has six lifts operating, serving more than 140 acres of terrain.
The best news is, there's more snow in the forecast this week. After calm weather Monday and Tuesday, a big area of low pressure is expected to dig down from the Pacific Northwest into the Rocky Mountains, bringing a chance of snow from mid-week through next weekend.
It's shaping up to be a great early season at Copper Mountain, so don't miss out. Plan ahead and book your lodging with us now for the best deals on some of the sweetest ski condos in the Colorado Rockies!