In case you haven't noticed, it's been snowing here in Colorado. A lot in some placed. Not every resort is open yet, but here is a quick peak at what you can expect if you're heading to a resort:

Arapahoe Basin

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Earliest this week, A-Basin announced the opening of the Lenawee lift, meaning top to bottom riding. Keep in mind that still not a lot of terrain is open, but they have reported 14" in the last three days and OpenSnow is predicting more. Sunday is shaping up to be an decent pow day across the state.


Tomorrow (11/14/14) is opening day at Breckenridge, so crowds may be a factor. Regardless, things are looking good with 23" reported in the last 48 hours.


Copper is the place to be for early season park riding, but with Keystone's park opening tomorrow, that may change. They've received 10" in the lat 48 hours and the OpenSnow forecast is identical to the other Front Range resorts


The big news here is that Area 51 opens tomorrow, expect to see a lot of big names in the park, including the Deju Vu crew who have been heavy posting their arrival on Instagram.


Loveland's snow forecast is the same as the rest right now, so if you are looking to avoid the crowds of Summit County while still keeping it close to the city, this or Winter Park look to be your best bets. Loveland has received 11" in the past 48 hours and 18" in the last 72.

Winter Park

Opening day at Winter Park is Saturday, Nov. 15 and OpenSnow is predicting that it will be a snowy one. Combine that with 22" in the past 72 hours and you have yourself one awesome opening weekend.

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Wolf Creek

Lastly, but only because this is in alphabetical order, is Wolf Creek. They are only open on the weekends right now and that looks to be a good thing. Snow has been piling up all week, so when the lifts start spinning on Saturday morning, there should be some great snow.

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