Simple answer: Pretty much everywhere, but with dramatically more snow to be found in the mountains west of Denver and the Front Range, and less on the High Plains east of Denver.

Colorado has some of the finest ski resorts in the world, with great alpine terrain, and consistent snow conditions from late fall through spring, most years.

The National Weather Service reports that average snowfall in Denver is 57.5 inches, while Summit County just west of the city receives more than 350 inches of snow a year.

Averages are fine, but of course skiers and snowboarders are more interested in immediate data, as in how  much snow is on the ground right now. We can help. OnThesnow.com publishes snow reports from ski areas across the country, including those in Colorado.

Click here to see up-to-the-minute snow reports.

Question: Where is the snow in Colorado?