A widespread, but quick-moving storm left each of Colorado Ski Country USA’s member resorts with fresh snow on Monday to kick off the President’s Day holiday week. With snow totals ranging from a few inches to record-breaking totals, Colorado Ski Country’s cumulative 24-hour snow total was more than130 inches on Monday morning. 

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Steamboat was the surprise big winner of this storm, reporting 27 inches in 24 hours. The storm stretched clear across the state with southwestern Colorado’s resorts receiving impressive totals as well. Wolf Creek received 14 inches, Telluride reported 9 inches, Silverton had 8 inches and Durango Mountain got 5 inches. 

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In Central Colorado, Aspen/Snowmass’ four ski areas had a strong showing with five to seven inches each; Crested Butte received four inches and Sunlight Mountain also got new snow. 

Resorts closer to the I-70 corridor and Front Range, including Winter Park, Copper Mountain, Ski Cooper, SolVista Basin, Arapahoe Basin, Loveland Ski Area, Eldora Mountain and Echo Mountain, all reported fresh snow from this storm. 

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Two Colorado Gems, Powderhorn and Monarch were in Mother Nature’s good graces as well. Powderhorn reported 19 inches on Monday morning and Monarch reported 9 inches. With all this fresh snow, there is no better time to get off the beaten path and visit a Colorado Gem. Both Powderhorn and Monarch offer $10 off an adult full day lift ticket with a Colorado Gems Card

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Snow is expected to continue throughout the week. A few inches is in the forecast each day with Thursday looking like the next powder day. Get out and enjoy the best of Colorado at a Colorado Ski Country USA resort.