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Snowflakes Keep Falling in Summit County, Colorado

Snowflakes Keep Falling in Summit County, ColoradoSummit County, Colorado keeps receiving FEET of snow this month similar to January.  With 123 inches of snow in January, Breckenridge was named the “Snowiest Resort in North America” out snowing the competition by 22 inches!  All four of Summit Counties ski resorts (Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain & Arapahoe Basin) have mountain snow depths over 60 inches with more snow expected in the coming days.  Below are snow totals for all the Summit County ski resorts:

Breckenridge Ski Resort
Base – 91 inches
– 294 inches for the 2013/2014 ski season
– 42 inches in the past 7 days

Keystone Ski Resort
Base: 65 inches
– 170 inches for the 2013/2014 ski season
– 27 inches in the past 7 days

Copper Mountain
Mid-Mountain Base – 71 inches
Upper Mountain Base – 87 inches
– 26 inches in the past 7 days

Arapahoe Basin
Midway Snow Depth – 74 inches
– 20 inches in the past 7 days

Now is a great time to visit Summit County, Colorado and ski one of our four fabulous ski resorts!

Snowflakes Keep Falling in Summit County, ColoradoHave you experienced being stuck in the traffic jam on I-70 Sunday afternoon/evening on your way back to Denver or the Front Range?  Now is a great time to look at Summit County Real Estate.  Prices are still low but starting to increase as more Buyers are coming back into the market.  Contact Krystal Knott with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty – Breckenridge office to discuss your Summit County Real Estate search.  Call today at 970.333.0116 or search the entire Summit County MLS online.  I look forward to hearing from you!

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