March 30, 2017 -- It’s has been a season for the ages in Telluride! The resort has surpassed 300 inches of snowfall, which makes this season the snowiest since the 2007-2008 winter. Even with low snowfall in November and early-December, heavy snow during Christmas and record-setting snowfall in January helped Telluride surpass 25 feet well before closing day.

January and February were highlighted by a handful of storms in excess of 12 inches each, stimulating hoots and hollers across the mountain as guests enjoyed powder day after powder day.

Recent spring snowfall has put Telluride over the top. In the last seven days over 44 inches has blanketed the slopes on Palmyra Peak including a 19-inch powder morning on Friday March 24th. Late March snow is always a fun way to say goodbye to another powder-filled season.

Not only that, another storm is forecasted to bear-down on the region. According to The National Weather Service, a Winter Storm Warning has been issued for heavy and blowing snow, in effect from Thursday evening 3/30 to Saturday morning 4/1 delivering up to 18 inches of snowfall before the resort's official closing day.

There's no better way to close the season than with fresh powder and blue skis. Be sure to follow Telluride's snow report and events calendar for details on closing day including a pond skim and live outdoor music.