Average Snowfall at Colorado Ski Resorts

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Written by Cassidy Barnes posted on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Average Snowfall at Colorado Ski Resorts
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With all the powder hype, do you ever wonder how Colorado’s ski resorts rank?

Wolf Creek tops off the list, with 465 inches of annual snowfall. Thats over 38 feet! (Wolf Creek Ski Resort)

Well, you’re in luck. We have broken it down for you, inch by yearly average inch. Check out our list and see where your favorite resort falls.

Click on the resort names for links to Rockies.com stories with lots more information and photos!

465 inches: Wolf Creek Ski Resort

400 inches: Loveland Ski Area

400 inches: Silverton Ski Resorts

375 inches: Winter Park Ski Resort

360 inches: Arapahoe Basin

360 inches: Steamboat Springs Ski Resort

350 inches: Monarch Ski Area

350 inches: Vail Mountain Ski Resort

310 inches: Beaver Creek Ski Resort

305 inches: Breckenridge Ski Resort

300 inches: Aspen Highlands Ski Area

300 inches: Aspen Ski Resort

300 inches: Crested Butte Ski Resort

300 inches: Eldora Ski Area

300 inches: Snowmass Ski Resort

300 inches: Telluride Ski Resort

282 inches: Copper Mountain Ski Resort

260 inches: Durango Ski Resort

250 inches: Howelsen Hill Ski Area

250 inches: Powderhorn Ski Resort

250 inches: Ski Cooper Ski Resorts

250 inches: Sunlight Mountain Resort

230 inches: Keystone Ski Resort

220 inches: Echo Mountain Park

220 inches: Kendall Mountain Ski Area

220 inches: SolVista Basin Ski Area

200 inches: Buttermilk Ski Area

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