More than a foot of snow fell on Colorado mountains, delaying flights and temporarily shutting down portions of the state’s major east-west highway. Here’s the latest snow report from Colorado: “the first snow of the season here in Denver hit ski country even harder, with Loveland reporting over 10 inches this morning at 5 a.m. and Arapahoe Basin reporting 8 inches.” (source) If the timeshare ski resorts do not open early, at least they will most likely open on time this year.
In yesterday’s blog article I highlighted ten of my top choices for Colorado Ski Resorts. Rumor is that Wolf Creek will open this Saturday! Others like Powderhorn, Copper Mountain, and Winter Park are scheduled to open over the next several weeks. All of them enjoyed a boost from the start with a good amount of snow.
Late October snow is not uncommon in Colorado. But it has not been seen too often in recent years. This is a great start to ski season!
As always, the best bet for great lodging at a great rate is to rent or buy a timeshare at your favorite ski destination in Colorado. You can find great amenities at all the timeshares, splendid service, and a value for your heard earned dollar. Be sure you buy your timeshare on the resale market. You can save up to 50% off the going rate or more!