It’s already snow skiing season in Colorado.
A few Colorado ski resorts are now open and were greeted with fresh snowfall Wednesday morning, including the Loveland Ski Area which reported 14 inches of new snow.
Loveland has five runs open and is running one lift. Arapahoe Basin received 8 inches of fresh snow and has two runs open and is operating one lift.
Wolf Creek, the first resort in Colorado to open for skiing on Oct. 8, received 14 inches from the snow storm thus far. Wolf Creek is currently open on weekends and will be open Monday for Halloween.
Other Colorado resorts have scheduled openings in November and December, including Copper Mountain which opens Nov. 4 and received seven inches of new snow and Winter Park which opens Nov. 16 and received 15 inches of new snow.
Snow totals and opening dates for other resorts include SolVista Basin, 11 inches and Dec. 14; Sunlight, 10 inches and Dec. 2; Ski Cooper, nine inches and opens Nov 24 for weekends and Dec. 16 for the season; Copper Mountain, seven inches and Nov. 4; Crested Butte, seven inches and Nov. 23; Steamboat, five inches and Nov. 23;
For more information, visit www.ColoradoSki.com.