Wow, Summit County ski areas are all open and OPEN in a BIG WAY!.
Arapahoe Basin opened in mid-October and Breckenridge, Keystone Resort, and Copper Mountain opened in mid-November. Some ski resorts have even received over 100 inches so far.
The Frisco tubing hill and the Nordic Center are open, as well as the 2-below zero sleigh rides at the Frisco Adventure Park.
Breckenridge will be hosting the Dew Tour again and Breck is the only winter stop of the Dew Tour, and from Dec. 12-15 world-class freeskiers and snowboarders will compete in this official Olympic selection event. Events include ski and snowboard superpipe and slopestyle on Breck's world-famous, award-winning Freeway park and half-pipe. With the addition of slopestyle to the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games, the Dew Tour brings increased excitement as American athletes go at it for a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team.
Check out the new lift and terrain at Breckenridge's Peak 6, I think it looks great for all abilities.
So pray for snow, do the Hanky Loonda snow dance, ask Uller for a big snow season and we'll see you here in the beautiful Colorado Mountains real soon.
Raoul Pietri Jr./ President
let it snow