led to a good start to the ski season.
Colorado Ski Country USA reports a 10 percent increase in visitors at its 21 member properties. It’s the third year in a row that early season visitation is higher than the five-year average.
Colorado Ski Country USA President Melanie Mills calls the early season conditions the best in recent memory.
“Even a couple very cold days between Christmas and New Year’s didn’t keep folks from taking advantage of the powder conditions,” she said in a press release.
A series of snowstorms in November and December led to booking and allowed ski areas to open terrain during the holiday period. Many reached the 100-inch snow milestone before the end of the calendar year.
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