Summit County Colorado Snow Report – January 2020

Summit County Colorado is the home to five world-class ski resorts. No wonder Summit County is called Colorado’s playground. All of the ski areas include terrain from beginner to expert, so any mountain can host your whole family. The ski season is in full swing up in the high country with all of Summit County’s ski areas reporting above average snowfall. No matter your skill level, now is a great time to get out to the slopes and enjoy the snow. Located below are the mountain conditions for Summit County’s local ski resorts as of January 2, 2020. The information was obtained from Open Snow and On the Snow.

Breckenridge:

  • Total Snowfall – 91″
  • Average Base – 47″
  • 77% Area Open
  • 121% of Average for the Season

Keystone:

  • Total Snowfall – 109″
  • Average Base – 38″
  • 92% Area Open
  • 107% of Average for the Season

Copper Mountain:

  • Total Snowfall – 61″
  • Average Base – 34″
  • 92% Area Open
  • 118% of Average for the Season

Arapahoe Basin:

  • Total Snowfall – 83″
  • Average Base – 40″
  • 56% Area Open
  • 105% of Average for the Season

Loveland Ski Area:

  • Total Snowfall – 114″
  • Average Base – 36″
  • 77% Area Open
  • 100% of Average for the Season

If you are considering purchasing a property in Summit County, Colorado let Brett Rudolph and Krystal Knott with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty assist you in your search. We pride ourselves in putting you and your property search first and will always provide you exceptional service at any price point. Give us a call today at 970.462.1416 or email us at info@resideinsummit.com. We look forward to finding you and your family your ideal Colorado mountain property.

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